Team classification in the Giro d'Italia

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Team classification
Award details
Sport Road Cycling
Competition Giro d'Italia
Given for Fastest team
Local name Trofeo Fast Team (Italian)
History
First award 1909
Editions 100 (as of 2017)
First winner Atala–Dunlop
Most wins Legnano (13 times)
Most recent Movistar Team

The Team classification in the Giro d'Italia, also known as the Trofeo Fast Team, is a prize that is contested in the Giro d'Italia. It has been awarded since the race's inception. In more recent editions the classification is calculated by adding up the top three riders' times from each team, and then the team with the lowest total time is the leader of the classification. In case of a tie, the teams are separated by the sum of the places obtained by their three best riders at the finish.[1] In 2012, the first team received a bonus of €500, the second a premium of 300 euros and last a premium of 100 euros. A total of 18,900 euros has been awarded for this award during the race (21 steps).

Winners[edit]

Team classification[edit]

Team classification winners
Year Team
1909 Atala–Dunlop
1910 Atala–Continental
1911 Bianchi
1912 Atala–Dunlop
1913 Maino
1914 Stucchi–Dunlop
1919 Stucchi–Dunlop
1920 Bianchi
1921 Bianchi–Dunlop
1922 Legnano–Pirelli
1923 Legnano–Pirelli
1924 unknown
1925 Legnano–Pirelli
1926 Legnano–Pirelli
1927 Legnano–Pirelli
1928 Legnano–Torpedo
1929 Legnano–Torpedo
1930 Bianchi
1931 Legnano–Hutchinson
1932 Legnano–Hutchinson
1933 Legnano–Clément
1934 Gloria
1935 Frejus
1936 Legnano–Wolsit
1937 Frejus
Year Team
1938 Gloria–Ambrosiana
1939 Frejus
1940 Gloria
1946 Legnano–Pirelli
1947 Welter
1948 Wilier Triestina
1949 Wilier Triestina
1950 Frejus–Superga
1951 Taurea
1952 Bianchi–Pirelli
1953 Ganna–Ursus
1954 Girardengo
1955 Atala
1956 Atala
1957 Legnano
1958 Carpano
1959 Atala–Pirelli–Lygi
1960 Ignis
1961 Faema
1962 Faema
1963 Carpano
1964 Saint-Raphaël–Gitane–Dunlop
1965 Salvarani
1966 Molteni
1967 Kas–Kaskol
Year Team
1968 Faema
1969 Faema
1970 Faemino–Faema
1971 Molteni
1972 Molteni
1973 Molteni
1974 Kas–Kaskol
1975 Brooklyn
1976 Brooklyn
1977 Flandria–Velda–Latina Assicurazioni
1978 Bianchi–Faema
1979 Scic–Bottecchia
1980 Bianchi–Piaggio
1981 Bianchi–Piaggio
1982 Bianchi–Piaggio
1983 Gemeaz Cusin
1984 Renault–Elf
1985 Alpilatte–Cierre
1986 Supermercati Brianzoli
1987 Panasonic–Isostar
1988 Carrera Jeans–Vagabond
1989 Fagor–MBK
1990 ONCE
1991 Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1992 GB–MG Maglificio
Year Team
1993 Lampre–Polti
1994 Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1995 Gewiss–Ballan
1996 Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1997 Kelme–Costa Blanca
1998 Mapei–Bricobi
1999 Vitalicio Seguros
2000 Mapei–Quick-Step
2001 Alessio
2002 Alessio
2003 Lampre
2004 Saeco Macchine per Caffè
2005 Liquigas–Bianchi
2006 Phonak
2007 Saunier Duval–Prodir
2008 CSF Group–Navigare
2009 Astana
2010 Liquigas–Doimo
2011 Astana
2012 Lampre–ISD
2013 Team Sky
2014 Ag2r–La Mondiale
2015 Astana
2016 Astana
2017 Movistar Team

Team points classification[edit]

Team points classification
Year Team Points
1993 Ariostea 531
1994 Team Polti–Vaporetto 543
1995 Gewiss–Ballan 631
1996 Panaria–Vinavil 468
1997 Saeco 399
1998 Team Polti 479
1999 Team Polti 1243
2000 Fassa Bortolo 456
2001 Fassa Bortolo 370
2002 Alessio 360
2003 Fassa Bortolo 561
2004 Alessio–Bianchi 384
Year Team Points
2005 Davitamon–Lotto 347
2006 Phonak 323
2007 Lampre–Fondital 408
2008 Liquigas 360
2009 Team Columbia–High Road 400
2010 Liquigas–Doimo 412
2011 Lampre–ISD 338
2012 Garmin–Barracuda 363
2013 Movistar Team 281
2014 Omega Pharma–Quick-Step 327
2015 Astana 640
2016 Etixx–Quick-Step 506
2017 Quick-Step Floors 516

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "www.cyclingnews.com presents the 91st Giro d'Italia". Autobus.cyclingnews.com. Retrieved 2012-08-19.