TotalEnergies will return to La Vuelta following a two-year absence. It has not participated in La Vuelta since 2020, when it did so under the name Team Total Direct Energie. The team has participated in La Vuelta a total of 11 times since its debut in 2005 under the name of Bouygues Telecom and, later, under the sponsorship of Europcar. In 2016, already featuring the French energy company’s name, they obtained their one and only La Vuelta victory thus far - the win by the very young Lilian Calmejane in the slopes of the Mirador de Vixía. With its distinct French character, the TotalEnergies team opted to become more international by signing the three-time world champion Peter Sagan who, after wearing the team’s jersey since 2021, will conclude his professional career at the end of the season.
- Final victory0
- Stages victory1
- Red jersey0
- Other race Won0
Final victories: 0
Stage victories: 1
2016: Lilian Calmejane, in San Andrés de Teixido.
Leader jerseys: 0
Other classification victories: 0
121: Peter Sagan’s victories as a professional cyclist.
27th of August 2005: The team makes its La Vuelta debut under the name Bouygues Telecom.
14th of September 2014: With his well-deserved 13th place, Romain Sicard obtains the French team’s best general classification place in its nine La Vuelta participations.
23rd of August 2016: With his explosive attack in the final metres, Lilian Calmejane obtained TotalEnergies’ only victory to date in San Andrés de Teixido.
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