Stage three was another fun one. A long rolling stage with an interested finish. For a while it looked like the break away might survive for an upset, but that was not to be. With the peloton assuring itself and Sagan showing his class once again, wining the sprint despite losing a foot.

While I appreciate Porte looking for every opportunity available to take back time, I’m worried he will wear himself out if he continues with attacks like this one. Contador made the smarter play, going with the move and then sitting up as soon as it was obvious it wouldn’t survive. I have nothing against attacking riding, but if you are going to burn energy on an attack, you want Sky and Froome to have to burn energy in the chase.

Elite Dangerous on PS4 is a solid game. Control on the dual shock takes a bit of getting used to but works well once you’ve practiced. 

The game looks gorgeous and really shines on a huge TV with big speakers. 

The Tour started with more of a bang than I was expecting. Heavy rain and tricky surface conditions meant riding fast was risky. Froome got the best of the favourites, taking the most risks and reaping the reward. The same equation didn’t work out as well for Valverde, who is sadly out of the race with a serious injury. 

With Froome so far in front of his main rivals already, it’s looking good for him. He’ll have to watch his pack though and there is plenty of incentive for the other favourites to team up against him in the early mountain stages. 

iOS 11 completely transforms the iPad. Drag and drop plus the dock makes it so easy and fluid to get work done.

What a totally bonkers race. One of the best races in years! It had everything, crazy crashes, lots of passing, safety cars, red flags,  Hamilton being a child, and some Vettel road rage. This is the kind of race that F1 needs. Most appropriate though, was the Aussie weaving his way through the chaos for a win. ADR’s radio as he crossed the line says it all, he couldn’t stop laughing. Here’s hoping F1 can keep this up.