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Fortuneo-Vital Concept will make their season debut at Tropicale Amissa Bongo and Tour de San Luis

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01.01.2016 @ 10:30 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Fortuneo - Vital Concept which was known as Bretagne-Seche Environnement in 2015, is getting ready for their first races under their new neame. Emmanuel Hubert's team will kick off on two fronts as it will be active in Gabon's Tropicale Amissa Bongo and Argentina's Tour de San Luis from January 18 to 24. 

 

The team will send its fast riders Armindo Fonseca and Yahueni Hutarovich to the African stage race. In Argentina, they will rely on Eduardo Sepulveda and Chris-Anker Sorensen on the mountainous course.

 

Later the team will turn its attention to Europe and the first French races, GP d'Ouverture - La Marseillaise and Etoile de Besseges where Pierrick Fedrigo, Jonathan Hivert and Fonseca should be able to do well. At the same time, another part of the team will travel to Asia for the Tours of Qatar and Oman. Sprinters Hutarovich, Dan McLay and Boris Vallee are likely to show themselves on the flat roads in Qatar while Sepulveda will lead the GC campaign on the hillier course in Oman.

 

THE SELECTIONS

 

Tropicale Amissa Bongo (January 18-24)
Anthony Delaplace 

Brice Feillu 
Armindo Fonseca 
Yauheni Hutarovich 
Benoît Jarrier
Steven Tronet 

 
Tour de San Luis (January 18-24)
Franck Bonnamour 

Vegard Breen
Julien Loubet
Eduardo Sepulveda 
Chris-Anker Sorensen 
Boris Vallee 

 
GP d'Ouverture - La Marseillaise (January 31)
Maxime Cam

Anthony Delaplace 
Brice Feillu
Arnaud Gérard 
Jonathan Hivert
Kevin Ledanois 
Pierre-Luc Perichon
Florian Vachon

 
Etoile de Bessèges (February 3-7)
Franck Bonnamour 

Frédéric Brun
Maxime Cam
Anthony Delaplace 
Pierrick Fedrigo
Brice Feillu 
Armindo Fonseca 
Jonathan Hivert

 
Tour of Qatar (February 8-12)
Vegard Breen

Arnaud Gérard 
Yauheni Hutarovich 
Benoît Jarrier 
Dan McLay
Pierre-Luc Perichon
Steven Tronet
Boris Vallee 

 
Tour of Oman (February 16 to 21)
Vegard Breen

Arnaud Gérard 
Yauheni Hutarovich 
Benoît Jarrier 
Pierre-Luc Perichon
Eduardo Sepulveda
Steven Tronet 
Boris Vallee

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