Vantornout was informed that he was sacked from Marlux hours after the race.
He's gotten two Belgian championships for the team, and while he hasn't been at his old level for a year or two, who really has. He's adamant that his contract was broken, but may not have a team for next year.
The camera at the top of this probably got some amazing shots.
Insert random Marlux rider.
I reckon he's thinking "my wrists are cold."
I'm going to say with total confidence that that's Marcel Wildhaber. It may very well even be true.
As blurry as a Luxembourgish puddle hiding a rock.
Vantornout rides his last Superprestige in Marlux colours.
Van Aert ploughs his way through stuff he wouldn't have to plough through if he (heaven forfend) moved to the road.
That advertising sign probably looks good to the splattered riders by this stage.
Sweeck looks unimpressed.
Yep, something's definitely bugging him.
Belgian champ extraordinaire Roland Liboton.
Cant, watched by an impressive crowd given the month, raises her arms in victory.
Fight for position.
Sophie De Boer came into the race with an outside shot at the Superprestige title.
Sanne, new in rainbows.
The women take the start.
Mathieu van der Poel and Sanne Cant won once again, sewing up the Superprestige competition.