After a disappointing Tour de France stage 5 that saw the team finish with a 2-15 finish, the team is looking ahead to the Giro and the Grosvenor race.
The race is expected to be one of the more exciting in recent years, and the team has already secured an additional bonus for winning it.
A stage win will net the team a whopping 20,000 Euros.
The bonus is part of the 20,500 Euros that teams receive for the overall victory in the Tour de Suisse.
The other bonus is a 10,000 Euro bonus for the team to secure a place in the GIRO-Tour de France team ranking.
The team has secured its second stage win this year, after Stage 7 was won by LottoNL-Jumbo.
“The Tour de England is an important race for us,” team leader Jarlinson Pantano said in a press release.
“It will be a big challenge for the teams from other countries to win this race and we will try to make it a great one.”
Stage 9 was a flat stage with the finish in the Alps.
The stage was ridden from Sestriere to Brescia and then descended to the finish near Florence.
The race was mostly flat and the peloton was a little short, with only three climbs.
It was a nice day for the GC riders, but it was not enough to save the team from the elimination stage.
Stage 10 will be the final time the team will be competing at the Girena.
This is the third time the GIR has been used this season and the last time the race was contested by three teams in the same race.
The final three stages are expected to have a very high intensity, with the finishing straight a few hundred meters away from the finish.
This will be tough for the riders, especially the sprinters who are looking to make their mark in the race.