The first rest day of the Tour de France allows us to take stock of what the first nine stages have given of themselves and also to analyze the classification of the ‘Money Tour’, in terms of the amount of money achieved by the teams after this first stage.
A classification of the ‘Money Tour’ in which Alpecin-Deceuninck commands. The Belgian team leads this classification after having achieved a total of 48,200 euros in these first nine stages. Much of this profit comes from the successes of Jasper Philipsen, since the Belgian has added 11,000 euros for each of his three stage victories and another 5,500 euros for his second place in the Limoges stage.
In second position in this classification appears the UAE Emirates with 43,310 euros thanks in large part to the successes achieved by Adam Yates, winner of the first stage in Bilbao for which he pocketed 11,000 euros, and Tadej Pogacar, with his 11,000 euros as winner. of the Cauterets stage and his two third places in Bilbao and San Sebastián (2,800 euros each), in addition to adding a total of 2,700 euros as wearer of the best young man’s jersey during the first nine stages (300 euros per stage). The Jumbo-Visma completes the podium with a total earnings of 37,160 euros thanks to the second places of Wout Van Aert in the San Sebastián stage and Jonas Vingegaard in the Cauterets stage to which must be added the 2,000 euros that Vingegaard has accumulated as wearer of the yellow jersey during four stages.
A classification in which the positions of Lidl-Trek (fourth with 24,890), Cofidis (fifth with 20,430), Israel-Premier Tech (sixth with 19,870) and Bora-Hansgrohe (seventh with 19,140), all of them winners of stage with Mads Pedersen, Victor Lafay, Michael Woods and Jai Hindley respectively. surprise too the great performance of Uno-X, the only guest invited to the Tour, who has already collected an incredible 18,050 euros in prize money thanks to his numerous Top-10s and the 5,000 euros added by Tobias Halland Johannessen for first conquering the top of Tourmalet and take the Souvenir Jacques Goddet.
Movistar, diminished by the loss of Enric Mas, has added 7,660 euros so far in the Tour thanks to the 1,500 euros achieved by Matteo Jorgenson as fourth classified in the Puy de Dôme and the 2,000 euros after being chosen the most combative cyclist of the day, and the 1,500 euros achieved by Rubén Guerreiro as fourth classified in the Laruns stage.
Surprising in this classification the Soudal Quick-Step last place, since they have only added 3,600 euros so far on Tour, of which 1,500 have been from Fabio Jakobsen as fourth in the third stage on the way to Bayonne.