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Hot Wheels - Porsche | We're back!
Those riders will become great assets to the team Wink
sutty68: They are already, but I hope even more in the future! Smile

Due to a lack of time because of my study I haven't continued this yet. Hope to do so soon.
Nice to know that it isn't forgotten Wink
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sutty68: Of course this won't be forgotten. Wink
MrUfo87 wrote:
sutty68: Of course this won't be forgotten. Wink

Yay, Good news Grin


I've planned a few comebacks in the past, but this time I might slowly pick up the story again. Because it's almost a year ago, I'll (re)start with a recap of what happened so far.


The team got founded in 2013 with Hot Wheels and Porsche as main sponsors. 14 talents from several countries joined the team and they all had one dream; to win great cycling races in the future. Although many people were sceptical about the team, the talents worked hard and there were small successes already in the first month. Vincent Rogers wore the mountain jersey during the Tour de San Luis, while Will Burton finished sixth in the Grand Prix de Marseillaise. In February we had our first succes with Ian Watson winning the mountain jersey in the Tour du Haut Var. He continued his success in March, when he surprisingly won the first stage of the Ronde van Drenthe and managed to keep the jersey during the second stage, which meant he won the overall classification as well! An amazing result for the American talent. Another important result in the first few months was Vincent Rogers winning the mountain jersey in the Critérium International. The sponsors were very happy with that.

The second surprise came in March/June, when Alexandre Rodrigues won the Skoda-Tour de Luxembourg out of nowhere. He won the mountain classification as well. The next month he surprisingly won the Portuguese championship RR as well, followed by an incredible stage win during the Tour de Wallonie in July. Meanwhile, Hong Kong cyclist Cheng Siu To won both Hong Kong championships. In August some U-23 talents joined our team and youngster Jeffrey Aguilar immediately showed his potential by winning the mountain jersey in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. After that he managed to win the Tour of Britain, which is an amazing result for him. Watson finished third in Britain.


The team grew stronger and had some very talented new cyclists for its second season. In February Ian Watson surprised with winning a stage and the general classification in the Volta ao Algarve, keeping Philippe Gilbert behind in the final time-trial. Vincent Rogers and the new Columbian talent José Remuzgo finished 7th and 9th in the Le Tour de Langkawi, which was great. Hot Wheels and Porsche wanted to organise some races as well, which ended up with the Criterium Hainleite in March and the Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt in September. Ian Watson won the first edition of the Criterium Hainleite, while Jefferey Aguilar won the Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt with a new Columbian talent in sixth: Gustavo Carty. But first, lets go back to March. We weren't allowed to participate in the Ronde van Drenthe, the race where Watson took our first victory in 2013. So we started in the Settimana Coppi e Bartali, where Luis Freire finished second in the general classification.

In May, our other Spanish cyclist Pablo Garcia Sánchez won the general classification of the Tour de Picardie, with Watson finishing in fifth. To satisfy our sponsors we started in the Amgen Tour of California, where many World Tour teams start. Alexandre Rodrigues did a great job to win the mountain classification. He continued his good form with winning the Skoda-Tour de Luxembourg for the second year in a row, beating Thomas Voeckler in a direct battle. He continued his strong season by winning the Portuguese Championship RR for the second time and winning the general classification of the Tour de Wallonie. Meanwhile youngster José Remuzgo showed a bit of his potential by winning a mountain stage in the Route du Sud and finishing second in the GC. He continued his strong season with a 7th place in the Tour de Wallonie, 4th place in the Tour de l'Ain and a stage victory and 7th place in the GC at the Volta a Portugal. During that race stagiar Jesse Lee suprised with taking a mountain stage and winning the mountain jersey. Vincent Rogers finished sixth in the USA Pro Cycling Challenge and we ended the season with a GC victory of Aguilar at the Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt.

During the 2013 season we wanted a new way to scout talents, which ended up in the Hot-Wheels - Porsche Talents Race. A very difficult one day race in the United States for young talents. The winner will receive a contract offer from the team, as well as some other strong riders there. José Remuzgo won in 2013, while Gustavo Carty won in 2014. So far two Columbians have won, who will take it in 2015.



I was actually wondering what happened to this story yesterday believe it or not. Glad to see it returning! Grin
sutty68: It is. Shock

Mresuperstar: Haha great timing, and it's great to see people are still interested in this. Grin
Nice to see hotwheels-porsche Back Smile
tmr96: I'm glad to see you back as well. Smile
Niiice to see this back! Grin
Miguel98: Grin

I don't know yet when the first reports will come, just keep an eye on this thread. Wink


The cycling season has started and of course January isn't the most spectacular month of the season. With the kick off in Australia and New Zealand with the National Championships (Matthews RR, Durbridge TT, Henderson RR, Roulston TT) the start may be called not very spectacular. Tom van Asbroeck wins the Santos Your Down Under. Our first race was the Tour de San Luis, in which we participated the last two years as well. Last year we even wore the leaders jersey there. But this year it was quite dramatic. After a very good second season we hoped to fight for good results in every race this year, but it didn't go as we hoped. The only thing we could do was going into breakaways and winning intermediate and mountain sprints, but with no results at all. The best result we got was a 17th place from Vincent Rogers in the final stage, and a 37th place for him in the general classification. Not the best start for us.

Next month will be interesting and we hope to perform better in the upcoming races.

01/02 – 05/02Etoile de Bessèges (5 stages)France2.1
11/02 – 13/02Giro della CalabriaItaly2.1
15/02 – 19/02Volta ao Algarve (5 stages)Portugal2.1

Tour de San Luis Results

1Rui CostaMovistar Team26h06'06
2Johann TschoppAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 4'51
3Linus GerdemannOrange+ 5'21
4Gerald CiolekEfapel - Glassdrive+ 5'47
5Andrey AmadorMovistar Team+ 6'50
6Yury TrofimovGazprom+ 6'56
7Eduard VorganovGazprom+ 7'14
8Petr IgnatenkoGazprom+ 7'30
9Pello BilbaoOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 7'41
10Argiro OspinaMovistar Team+ 7'57

11Simon SpilakGazprom+ 8'19
12Julien El FaresOrange+ 8'20
13Giovanni ViscontiMovistar Team+ 8'26
14Kristof VandewalleAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 9'31
15Maxime VantommeEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 9'52
16Joshua BerryLa Pomme Marseille+ 10'05
17Eros CapecchiMovistar Team+ 10'39
18Patryk KomisarekBank BGZ+ 10'49
19Higinio FernándezMovistar Teams.t.
20Stefan DeniflLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 11'15
21Ian BibbyMadison Genesis+ 11'23
22Rasmus GuldhammerBlue Water Cycling+ 11'37
23Davy CommeyneAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 12'25
24Andrea PaliniRapha Condor - JLT+ 12'29
25Sérgio SousaEfapel - Glassdrive+ 12'40
26Jelle WallaysTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 12'43
27Jef PeetersEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 12'53
28Mitchell DockerEfapel - Glassdrive+ 12'59
29Preben Van HeckeTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 13'22
30Josué MoyanoCaja Rural+ 13'23
31Andres PereyraJamis - Hagens Berman+ 13'31
32Daniel FoderBlue Water Cycling+ 13'46
33Jani TeweldeMTN - Qhubeka+ 13'47
34Nikolas MaesTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 13'51
35Julien AntomarchiLa Pomme Marseille+ 14'06
36Ezequiel MosqueraMovistar Team+ 14'19
37Vincent RogersHot Wheels - Porsche+ 14'20ufo87
38Freddy PiamonteColdeportes - UNE+ 14'21
39André SteensenGlud & Marstrand - LRØ Rådgiving+ 14'28
40Thierry HupondLa Pomme Marseille+ 14'31
41Alejandro Marque PortoOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 15'19
42Tom RodriguezHot Wheels - Porsche+ 15'31ufo87
43Kristian HouseRapha Condor - JLT+ 15'42
44Márcio BarbosaLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 15'48
45Jesús HerradaMovistar Team+ 15'56
46Ignatas KonovalovasMTN - Qhubeka+ 16'05
47Luis FreireHot Wheels - Porsche+ 16'12ufo87
48Rafael VallsOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 16'20
49Alberto LosadaConcordia Forsikring - Riwal+ 16'40
50Evaldas SiskeviciusOrange+ 16'45
51Pawel CieslikBank BGZ+ 17'04
52Niels AlbertAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 17'53
53Jesper HansenGlud & Marstrand - LRØ Rådgiving+ 17'55
54Iván GutiérrezEfapel - Glassdrive+ 18'04
55Will BurtonHot Wheels - Porsche+ 18'46ufo87
56Christophe LaborieOrange+ 18'57
57Antonio PiedraCaja Rural+ 19'15
58Ricardo PintoLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 19'18
59Alexander PorsevTeam UK Youth+ 19'37
60Luca PaoliniGazprom+ 19'44
61Matthieu HalleguenSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 19'55
62Francesco LascaCaja Rural+ 20'01
63Julien BérardSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 20'11
64Walter PedrazaColdeportes - UNEs.t.
65Robert PartridgeMadison Genesis+ 20'12
66Ariel Maximiliano RichezeOrange+ 20'28
67Dimitry IgnatievGazprom+ 20'38
68Jan TratnikTirol Cycling Team+ 20'41
69Brian VandborgBank BGZ+ 20'48
70Damien MonierSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 20'54
71Paolo Longo BorghiniUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 20'57
72Kenny De KeteleTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 21'09
73Clément KoretzkySchuller - Séché Environnement+ 21'10
74Eduard BeltranColdeportes - UNE+ 21'17
75Timofey KritskiyGazprom+ 21'31
76Louis MeintjesMTN - Qhubeka+ 21'32
77David ArroyoCaja Rural+ 21'34
78Alexander KampGlud & Marstrand - LRØ Rådgiving+ 21'35
79Eduardo SepulvedaSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 21'48
80Josef BenetsederTirol Cycling Team+ 21'49
81Nikola AistrupConcordia Forsikring - Riwal+ 21'50
82Vyacheslav KuznetsovGazprom+ 21'52
83Lasse Norman HansenBlue Water Cycling+ 22'00
84Igor AbakoumovAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 22'05
85Geoffrey SoupeSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 22'06
86Mateusz NowaczekBank BGZ+ 22'08
87Martin MortensenConcordia Forsikring - Riwal+ 22'10
88Francisco José PachecoOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 22'13
89Mariusz WiteckiBank BGZ+ 22'19
90Lucas Sebastián HaedoTeam UK Youth+ 22'29
91Yanto BarkerTeam UK Youth+ 22'32
92Jesper MørkøvBlue Water Cycling+ 22'41
93Frederik ThalundBlue Water Cycling+ 22'46
94Christoph SokollTirol Cycling Team+ 22'48
95Martin LindGlud & Marstrand - LRØ Rådgiving+ 22'57
96Steven CaethovenAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 23'02
97Olivier PardiniEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 23'06
98Guillaume BoivinRapha Condor - JLT+ 23'11
99Óscar SevillaColdeportes - UNE+ 23'16
100José GonçalvesLa Pomme Marseille+ 23'28
101Hélder OliveiraOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 23'29
102Matej FilipHot Wheels - Porsche+ 23'41ufo87
103Guillaume Van KeirsbulckTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 23'43
104Samuel CaldeiraEfapel - Glassdrive+ 23'53
105Christoff Van HeerdenMTN - Qhubeka+ 23'54
106Aleksejs SaramotinsLa Pomme Marseille+ 23'55
107Peter WilliamsMadison Genesis+ 24'05
108Troels Ronning VintherGlud & Marstrand - LRØ Rådgiving+ 24'12
109Martin ReimerMTN - Qhubeka+ 24'19
110Søren NissenConcordia Forsikring - Riwal+ 24'22
111Juan Van HeerdenMTN - Qhubeka+ 24'25
112Juan José LobatoOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 24'29
113Bert ScheirlinckxEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 24'39
114Gustav Erik LarssonJamis - Hagens Berman+ 24'51
115Geert SteursAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 24'54
116Serafín MartínezCaja Rural+ 24'58
117David MillarRapha Condor - JLT+ 25'01
118Alejandro BorrajoJamis - Hagens Berman+ 25'07
119Danilo Di LucaTirol Cycling Team+ 25'12
120Reinier HonigEuphony - Crédit Agricoles.t.
121Robigzon OyolaColdeportes - UNE+ 25'15
122Benjamin GiraudLa Pomme Marseille+ 25'24
123Etienne TortelierOrange+ 25'30
124James PerryMTN - Qhubeka+ 25'40
125Jon AberasturiCaja Rural+ 25'45
126Edward OrtizColdeportes - UNE+ 25'53
127Marco HallerTirol Cycling Team+ 25'56
128Pawel PoljanskiBank BGZ+ 26'06
129Danail PetrovCaja Rural+ 26'08
130Ben Jacques-MaynesJamis - Hagens Berman+ 26'09
131Guido PalmaJamis - Hagens Berman+ 26'10
132Kevin PeetersEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 26'33
133Igor SobczykHot Wheels - Porsche+ 26'36ufo87
134Alexander BoydJamis - Hagens Berman+ 26'37
135Edward LaverackRapha Condor - JLTs.t.
136Justin JulesLa Pomme Marseille+ 26'43
137Mario SchoiblTirol Cycling Team+ 27'06
138Gil SurayAccent Jobs - Wanty+ 27'10
139Peter HawkinsRapha Condor - JLT+ 27'13
140Zsolt DerUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 27'17
141Peter KusztorUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 27'39
142Michael CumingRapha Condor - JLT+ 27'41
143Eduard PradesOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 27'42
144Youcef ReguiguiMTN - Qhubeka+ 27'48
145Weimar RoldanColdeportes - UNE+ 27'52
146Mieszko BulikBank BGZ+ 27'54
147Michael BerlingBlue Water Cycling+ 28'03
148Kurt HovelynckEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 28'04
149Adrien PetitOrange+ 28'06
150Greg MansellTeam UK Youth+ 28'15
151Yann CoutantHot Wheels - Porsche+ 28'22ufo87
152Guillherme LourençoLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 28'26
153Kasper KlostergaardConcordia Forsikring - Riwal+ 28'33
154Jarl SalomeinTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 28'35
155Adrian TeklinskiBank BGZ+ 29'12
156Rubén FernándezCaja Rural+ 29'37
157Mark ChristianTeam UK Youth+ 29'51
158António CarvalhoLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 29'53
159Marco ZanottiUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 29'54
160Rony MartiasOrange+ 29'55
161Fabio TerrenzioUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 29'59
162Stephen AdamsMadison Genesis+ 30'18
163Gijs Van HoeckeTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 30'50
164Jonathan MouldTeam UK Youth+ 31'00
165Christopher JenningsLa Pomme Marseille+ 31'31
166Morgan LamoissonSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 31'46
167Thomas MurrayTeam UK Youth+ 31'58
168Gilles DevillersEuphony - Crédit Agricole+ 32'09
169Benjamin Le MontagnerSchuller - Séché Environnement+ 32'23
170Botond HolloUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 32'35
171Sven HahnHot Wheels - Porsche+ 33'00ufo87
172Patrick ClausenGlud & Marstrand - LRØ Rådgiving+ 33'13
173Bruno LimaLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 33'16
174Dean DowningMadison Genesis+ 33'40
175Filipe CardosoLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 33'50
176Wouter Van MechelenTopsport Vlaanderen - Baloise+ 35'08
177Felix EnglishMadison Genesis+ 36'42
178Alvaro Miguel IbarraColdeportes - UNE+ 37'07
179Fred RodriguezJamis - Hagens Berman+ 37'10
180Rida CadorUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 39'04
181Pedro SoeiroLA Alumínios - Antarte+ 42'11
182Simon JespersenConcordia Forsikring - Riwal+ 43'12
183Filippo SaviniUtensilnord - Ora24.eu+ 43'30
184Niklas GustavssonTeam UK Youth+ 43'59
185Pedro Luís LagesEfapel - Glassdrive+ 44'06
186Ruben CompanioniJamis - Hagens Berman+ 45'26
187João Carlos MatiasOFM - Quinta da Lixa+ 57'38
188Brady DavisRapha Condor - JLT+ 1h01'17

Argentina not been nice to the team but hopefully February will be kinder Smile
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