'It seems like David Lappartient has something against Team Sky. It looks quite personal, and that's wrong’

Quick-Step director Brian Holm slams the UCI president after his comments about Sky, budget caps and further reducing team sizes

UCI president David Lappartient (left), Team Sky at the 2018 Tour de France (right) (Sunada)

(Image credit: Sunada)

UCI president David Lappartient seems to have something personal against Team Sky and "that's wrong," says Brian Holm.

Lappartient, referencing Team's Sky's success in Grand Tours and Geraint Thomas's 2018 Tour de France win, spoke in an interview about reducing team sizes further from eight to six, banning power metres and team two-way radios, and introducing budget caps.

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