The race will be shown live on Aragón TV, which will cover the final 90 minutes of racing from 3pm local time (CEST). Also, Eurosport 1 will be showing all stage finishes right after its Giro d’Italia coverage, starting around 5.30pm CEST.
Bonus seconds will be the most common on UCI races: 10-6-4″ at every finish and 3-2-1″ at intermediate sprints.
The Movistar Team has got a rich history in the Vuelta a Aragón, with 15 stage victories -Indurain, Delgado, Arroyo, Gorospe or Leonardo Piepoli, who won up Cerler three times (2000, 2002, 2003)- as well as eight GC triumphs, the sixth Spanish stagerace with most victories for the Eusebio Unzué-led group. The full lists are available on our website’s History section.