. Millar has become more vocal in recent times, but remember that he has been sat quietly on a team of riders who have only just confessed to their past. I think that now his team has played their cards, we will see a more forthright Millar, well, lets hope so.
In all fairness to Garmin and Jonathan Vaughters (who has owned up about his own chequered past), as far as I know the riders under scrutiny on their team broke the rules whilst riding for....surprise, surprise....US Postal. Racing clean was one of the foundation stones of Vaughters's set-up, so I would be highly surprised if anything untoward went on during his tenure which Millar was unaware of; JV may well have been aware of past indiscretions by the likes of Zabriskie but willing to offer a fresh start and a second chance provided things were done in an honest manner, effectively the other side of the coin to the Sky approach of not putting out the welcome mat to dopers, full stop.
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