At the end of the Champions Cup final, narrowly lost against Exeter (31-27), the players and the staff of Racing 92 left Bristol to return to France on Saturday evening. They landed at Villacoublay airport in the evening. No time to gamble since the Top 14 resumes its rights this weekend with the Ile-de-France derby, Saturday (6.15 p.m.), at the neighboring Stade Français Paris. “It’s like when you fall from your horse, you will have to get back into the saddle quickly because you are not at the end of the season. From next week we will have to take back the Top 14, resume the European Cup very quickly, ”insists manager Laurent Travers.