IIRC, that was the French case. This was about Armstrong calling him a liar when he testified that Ferrari doped him.Fignon's Barber said:good. I've got a serious problem with suing a guy over tactics, wise or unwise, in a bike race. Simeoni can now slither back to his well earned slot in division 3 cycling.
Right. People should have more respect for Simeoni. He and Chiotti the mountainbiker are the only ones ever to have freely admitted (without testing positive) the use of EPO. Simeoni was in the Ferrari stables around the time of Gewiss. In the Italian trial against Ferrari, Simeoni testified under oath. Then Armstrong got the publicity machine in motion to protect his friend dottore Ferrari. Defamation of character law suits are not as popular in Europe as in the USA and I think Simeoni should have let it pass but on the other hand I can see very well why he did it.Dwayne Barry said:This was about Armstrong calling him a liar when he testified that Ferrari doped him.