The race will be broadcast live on Eurosport. There will be many changes during the week as Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday will be shown on ES2, whereas Saturday, Monday and Tuesday will be brought to you through ES1. Plus, despite the international feed starting at 2pm Euro time, the live pictures on the weekend will be shown starting at 3pm, due to Paris-Nice finishing earlier and allowing showing both races on the same channel.
All five road stages have got 10-6-4 bonus seconds up for grabs at the finish, with 3-2-1″ offered at the intermediate sprints.
Movistar Team claimed with Nairo Quintana one of the very few overall victories which they were still missing on top-level, one-week stageraces in the WorldTour, the Colombian taking the ‘Trident’ home in 2015 and 2017. Our Stats / History section also shows six stage wins, all notched up in pairs: two for Joaquim Rodríguez, another two for Adriano Malori and the consecutive Terminillo wins by Nairo, en route to his GC victories.