More than anything else in this race, it’s the final race of the season, so the winner is going to be decided by the top of the standings.
The two-hour race is a race of attrition.
The final three stages are the most technical and difficult of any race.
The course is one-track with only one category on offer.
The riders will cross the line at 11:39pm local time (5:39am ET), with the winner of the race heading into a three-week rest period before the start of the 2017 World Championships.
But this is not the first time a race has been decided by a finish that is not even contested.
It is the last race in the history of the Champagne Classic that has been contested between two separate teams in the same year, and it was never contested between them.
It’s a unique situation for a race that has evolved into a hybrid of the classics and the Tour de France.
It started with the Giro d’Italia, which is a two-day race that is contested every year between two teams in a series of short-distance races.
The Giro has always been the most popular race in Europe, but it has not always been a big winner for the teams, which were usually more focused on the classics than the G.
It was not until the 2011 Giro that a race with both the classics in the final week of the calendar was actually contested.
That was the year that Alberto Contador won the Tour of Britain and the Giochi was able to win a race in its final week that the traditional Giro was scrapped.
In 2012, the Tour’s champion Fabio Aru won the race and the rest was history.
The race was also revived in 2014 when a team of Italian riders including the two-time Tour de Suisse champion Joaquim Rodriguez and the Italian-born rider Sergio Henao won the Gavia Rosa.
In 2017, the race is in a completely different format.
It was originally a two week event with the race finishing on a stage and then the riders would go to the penultimate stage.
The only stage in the race was the Côte de l’Auberge, the penumbra of the climb to the top.
It had a long time on the clock before the riders got to the Cote de l’.
This year, there is one stage, a very short stage that comes in the form of a long descent from the Cointe Saint-Maurice.
The finish is not yet confirmed, but the race looks set to be one of the most difficult finishes in the world this year.
The route will be more traditional with the riders heading up a climb and then a descent that takes them back down to the finish line.
There is also a descent in the finale that is a long way from the finish and the race will probably be a bit of a sprint.
The team time trial is also back, but this time the time will be split between the riders and it will take place in the first week of August.
It could also see the riders battling it out in a time trial to see who has the advantage in the early stages.
The Tour de lAucôtre, a two day race with the finish in Lille on the second week of July, was never really contested between the teams.
The organizers decided to switch the races around and they decided to use the first day of August to bring the race to France.
However, the teams have been quite active in the races.
They are trying to bring a big race to the French capital this year, so they will probably make a final push.