(One of us looks way happier than the other.)
How’s your night going?
Eh, good, hopefully better than last night, we didn’t finish until 2h.
You must work a lot of events, how does the six days stack up?
J-R. Good, the sporting events, cycling or supercross or whatever, are always fun.
D. Yeah, more than weddings or corporate christmas parties, right?
J-R. I dunno, at weddings we’re allowed to drink, and there’s girls to talk to…
D. … and I bet there’s some great parties in Grenoble too.
J-R. Yeah, it’s a very — how do you say? — punchy city, always changing.
D. It’s a pity that this is the last year of this race, I love coming to Grenoble to see it.
J-R. It’s the mayor, he just doesn’t see the value of it [so he pulled the city’s sponsorship].
D. What a dick.