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Benelux Challenge

Category: C2HC6 Stagesterrain: classics BeNeLux

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Welcome to planner's hell. Between french fries and german campervans several teams are willing to face the BeNeLux Challenge. 6 days of racing - not the nice velodrome version, but the rough one: Hills, cobbles, open roads, wind, weather. You gotta resist it all to be successful here.

The last warrior to win here will try to defend his title here: We are talking about Sauber-captain Gregory Hugentobler (2016). But he has to be aware of another former winner: Philips wildcard Marcel Wyss (2014) . They can all be happy that the third former winner, Marc de Maar (2015), is not here again.

But several stage winners of the past came back to compete and revive the glory they received earlier: Geschke (2016), Kruopis (2015), Takenouchi (2014). Why many more former winners (like Bille) are missing is unexplainable really. But let's not focus on what could have been, but take a look at who will be competing in this years edition.

Stage 1:

A prologue stage. The fastest man wins. Who could look past Chavanne for this? Ah yes: PCM AI is the only thing really that could possibly beat him.

pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Chavanne82pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Martin78pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/avc.png Cruz76pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/and.png Laizer76
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Reus79pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Meyer78pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/teb.png Goddaert76pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/avc.png Sepulveda76
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Robert79pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Mullen78pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Hacecký76pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Van Zandbeek76
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Stannard79pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Van Emden78pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hrc.png Kneisky76pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/teb.png Vandewalle76
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Hofer78pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Ma77pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Kruopis76pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Hochmann75


www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif Chavanne
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www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-3.gif Reus, Stannard, Robert
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif van Emden, Meyer, Mullen, Martin, Hofer
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif Ma, Kruopis, Sepulveda, Hochmann

Stage 2:

Away we go onto the first of two sprint stages. And this should be a rather obvious one for the sprinters. But watch out, there is a slight rise on the final kilometer, that could distract the pure sprinters. Surely their teams will make it a mass sprint

FLHISPACFLHISPAC
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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Meyer72618076pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Harrison72677881
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Kip69568082pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Thwaites73657876
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wpb.png Haussler72697975pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Brus71647878
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/bcp.png Mezgec71677977pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Corti72637876
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Clarke72627978pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/bcp.png Jones72607878
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Vanderaerden72617975pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/esc.png Cimolai74667777
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Lay73607981pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/and.png Jaser73667775
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Hochmann70547980pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Vasylyuk72647776
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Gatto71747872pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Geschke71747676
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Kreder73707880pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Kreder73717677
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Kruopis73707877pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wpb.png Horton76677682


www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif M.Kreder
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif Kruopis, Harrison
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-3.gif Thorsen, Gatto, Geschke
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif Meyer, Kip, Haussler, Mezgec, Sonnery
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif Clarke, Vanderaerden, Thwaites, Lay, Hochmann, R.Kreder, Brus

Stage 3:

We go onto the hills. First off is the longer but calmer hill stage, that finishes with a huge downhill part. So whoever sprints first will win. The question is: Who will be able to sprint first? Will it be a solo rider, a favourite group or even a bigger bunch? We have a very open race on this stage.

HIACHIACHIAC
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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Monfort7772pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gnr.png Rybakov7672pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/avc.png Besada7575
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/azt.png Squire7771pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spc.png Taborre7672pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gnr.png Gaimon7574
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Diggle7770pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Lietaer7671pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Costa7573
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/avc.png Grippo7769pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hrc.png Gilbert7669pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Hollenstein7573
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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Vichot7680pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/teb.png Haavardsholm7580pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Geschke7476
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Hugentobler7676pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Wyss7575pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Gatto7472


www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif Roux, Vichot
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif Hugentobler, Squire, Geschke
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-3.gif M.Kreder, Gatto, Monfort, Haavardsholm, M. Wyss
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif Chavanne, Schoonbrodt, Simon, Grippo, Anderson, Gaimon
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif van Emden, Zoidl, D.Wyss, Kruopis, Harrison, Gilbert, Reus, Horton

Stage 4:

The huge cobbled stage awaiting, and hills plaster the way. Can the pure puncheurs limit their losses? It is pretty unlikely that the best can resist the strongest cobblers, but hybrids may stand a chance. And could it be the first day for a breakaway win?

FLHICBACFLHICBAC
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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Bush74627873pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png van der Poel71707272
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Vandenbergh75667762pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Per73697273
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Drucker74657775pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Van Emden76677273
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Grand72657765pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Armee71747174
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Thwaites73657676pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Visconti71747171
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/and.png Flaksis70657662pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Meersman76687172
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Lindeman73647676pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wpb.png Horton76677182
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Verbist76637666pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Roux74785275
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Jérôme73727565pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/azt.png Squire68776571
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Fouquet74677564pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Monfort70775872
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Schoonbroodt72757472pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Hugentobler70766976
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png De Vreese74727470pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hrc.png Gilbert76766869
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Wyss73687473pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Lietaer70766771
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/esc.png Martinez72687376pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Vichot70766080
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Harrison72677381pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Wyss72756175
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Backaert72747266pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Reus77746762
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Gatto71747272pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Geschke71745976


www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif van Keirsbulck
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif Schoonbrodt
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-3.gif Drucker, Bush, Hugentobler
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif Gatto, Vandenbergh, Thwaites, Jerome, Gilbert
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif Squire, van Emden, Harrison, de Vreese, Grand, van der Poel, Per, Jams

Stage 5: Back to hills without cobbles. The chances get better for breakaway riders day by day. But there is also room for important GC movement over the several hills and on the final ramp.

HIACHIACHIAC
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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Monfort7772pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gnr.png Rybakov7672pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/avc.png Besada7575
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/azt.png Squire7771pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spc.png Taborre7672pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gnr.png Gaimon7574
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Diggle7770pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Lietaer7671pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Costa7573
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros16/avc.png Grippo7769pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hrc.png Gilbert7669pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Hollenstein7573
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/bcp.png Lejman7768pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/and.png Passalacqua7669pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Schoonbroodt7572
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Vichot7680pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/teb.png Haavardsholm7580pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Geschke7476
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Hugentobler7676pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Wyss7575pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Gatto7472


www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif Roux, Vichot
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif Hugentobler, Squire, Breakaway
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-3.gif Monfort, Haavardsholm, M. Wyss, Schoonbrodt
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif Geschke, Gatto, Simon, Grippo, Anderson, Gaimon
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif M.Kreder, van Emden, Gilbert, van der Poel, van Keirsbulck, Drucker

Stage 6: A long final stage awaits the peloton. You'd say the GC fight is closed, it is very unlikely that still a sprinter is involved that is capable of picking up points here. Instead, they want to use their second opportunity. But last stages on tours are quite breakaway-prone if they are flat. Maybe the length makes the difference in favor of a sprint royale?

FLHISPACFLHISPAC
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pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Meyer72618076pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Harrison72677881
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Kip69568082pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Thwaites73657876
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wpb.png Haussler72697975pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Brus71647878
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/bcp.png Mezgec71677977pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Corti72637876
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Clarke72627978pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/bcp.png Jones72607878
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Vanderaerden72617975pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/esc.png Cimolai74667777
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Lay73607981pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/and.png Jaser73667775
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Hochmann70547980pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Vasylyuk72647776
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Gatto71747872pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Geschke71747676
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Kreder73707880pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Kreder73717677
pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Kruopis73707877pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wpb.png Horton76677682


www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-5.gif Breakaway
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-4.gif M.Kreder, Thwaites, Harrison
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-3.gif Kruopis, Gatto, Haussler
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-2.gif Meyer, Thorsen, Kip, Haussler, Martinez, Horton
www.rockclimbing.com/images/global/icons/stars-5-1.gif Mezgec, Clarke, Vanderaerden, Lay, Hochmann, Brus, Geschke, Kneisky

We hope you very much enjoyed the preview of the stages. Rating the determining stages we now put together the Power Ranking for the Top 30 GC Contenders:

#1pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Gregory Hugentobler#16pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Michel Kreder
#2pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/gnr.png Guillaume Van Keirsbulck#17pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Laurens De Vreese
#3pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Bob Schoonbroodt#18pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/lse.png Matthieu van der Poel
#4pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Kai Reus#19pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Anthony Roux
#5pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/azt.png Robbie Squire#20pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Arnaud Grand
#6pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Jos Van Emden#21pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Stijn Vandenbergh
#7pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png Jempy Drucker#22pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/phc.png David Per
#8pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/csd.png Oscar Gatto#23pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Vincent Jérôme
#9pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/hrc.png Philippe Gilbert#24pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Gabriel Chavanne
#10pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Sam Harrison#25pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Sander Armee
#11pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/kul.png Arthur Vichot#26pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/red.png Maxime Monfort
#12pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wcc.png Robert Bush#27pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/0r8.png Jamalidin Novardianto
#13pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Eliot Lietaer#28pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/ioc.png Aidis Kruopis
#14pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/yor.png Scott Thwaites#29pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/prx.png Bert-Jan Lindeman
#15pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/spr.png Danilo Wyss#30pcmdaily.com/files/Micros17/wpb.png Tobyn Horton


Final Startlist:
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Edited by Aquarius97 on 24-02-2018 22:38
 
jandal7
Let's see how the great Roux experiment goes by sending him here. I actually don't mind him being sent here - it's Geraardsbergen, Paris-Tours and Solidarnosc which are the dumb choices for him. Hope he can win at least a stage, but you never know with Benelux. Doubt Vandenbergh can do much on GC or even the cobbles given the hills associated. Roux could go for it if the peloton splits are left until the final climb or two on stage four, otherwise Jams is our man. Shame PCM won't give him leadership. Elsewhere Clarke only really has one stage to go for given the overwhelming breakaway odds for stage 6 - I remember last year we got a 1-2-3 in the sprint... for 7th Pfft

And thanks for an amazing preview Croatia, just awesome. I hope Schomber is racing for Statoil for the prologue too, as he would've just missed out on the stage 1 table so no way to tell Pfft
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Vien
Waat, Croatia reporting? WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO TSMOHA?!?!?!

This will be an interesting race for us for sure. Except for having pretty much the only chance to win a GC this season with Schoonbroodt, we have top 5 potential in every stage. Of course we'll also have to compare ourselves to our promotion rivals to see how well we did eventually, but I'm certainly looking forward to a lot of points no matter what!
 
Kentaurus
Welcome to the race no one has any clue about how will unfold. A mix of riders, of every type involved. Probably the hardest race to deal with in planning, trying to figure if it is worth sending. I sent Squire who should be fine on the hills, but the rest of the race could be a mess. Looks like others were about in the same position, not quite sure what to do.

My vaunted six man squad again... shows you my hopes for this thing.
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Wow Jaser mentioned in a Sprinters preview.. This kid is going places :lol:

In all honesty great preview Croatia! Although your prediction sees no such Andorra riders in the Top30 I hope they can prove that wrong, and I'm very excited for this one.
 
Tamijo
Great very detailed preview Thanks
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Scorchio
Probably the most crazy-assed race on the CT calendar. Bring it on! Smile
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sammyt93
I'm glad Hugentobler comes out on top of your ranking as I think I was crazy enough to set defending his title as our win goal.

I don't expect him to do it but think he should be capable of a top 5 here and have a chance at defending his title if he gets lucky.
 
whitejersey
Stunning preview! This race has the potential to be really nutty, props the most varied route we will see in a CT race this year. Praying that GVK smacks the cobbles like he did in Bosberg. A GC on top would be great but not getting my hopes up.
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Booker
What a preview Croatia, props to you!

Thinking we don't quite have the studs to last throughout this race and remain in GC contention, but maybe the likes of Jerome and Gradek can surprise me a bit. Vichot, Hochmann, and Mullen are here for stage victories, but we need to keep taking solid points from these C2HC races if we're to stay in the top spots.

Hugentobler and Schoonbrooooodt look like solid picks for top places (and we hope they end up beating the likes of Reus Wink)

Looking forward to this clusterfuck Pfft
 
AbhishekLFC
Amazing preview Croatia Grin

Our last goal race of the season and we've brought a team for all terrains. Will be tough for Wyss to make a mark overall, so mostly it's Drucker and his cobbles team who have to do the business for us.
 
Aquarius97
Amazing preview Shock Thanks for that Croatia!

This is race where we have to score big if we want to continue fighting for promotion. Gilbert and Marcato are both very solid riders for this route, with Gilbert being only worse than Schoonbrodt and slightly worse than Hugentobler in cobbles of the good puncheurs. Afaik, the game will consider the puncheurs as leaders, so probably the cobbler won't play a big role in the GC.

Apart from GC fight, i hope for a decent showing of Kneisky in the prologue, and to have riders in breakaways and to fight for once for the KoM jersey
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I dont know how well we'll go here, its an odd race and I dont know if Thwaites will do a good GC being a cobbler and nothing else really. I've got to hope that these hill stages aren't too selective but we'll see what happens. Smile
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tsmoha
Vien wrote:
Waat, Croatia reporting? WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO TSMOHA?!?!?!


I'm here and here Grin

Actually was meant to report this Benelux Challenge, but I've switched Andorra with Croatia. Looking at this preview, I'm glad we did Smile Cool stuff with the preview for every stage! Hoping for a proper AI here, especially those hilly cobbles stages could be tricky for the game engine, I fear Rolling Eyes But I will wait and see. Just from the look of the profiles, it's a cool race (even though I did not want to report on it)!
 
sutty68
Hopefully the Stobart boys can achieve a decent result here Frown
 
Tamijo
My rider already got pain in their legs - waiting this long on the startline. Wink
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Aquarius97
Tamijo wrote:
My rider already got pain in their legs - waiting this long on the startline. Wink


i have sent my riders back to the hotel Pfft
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jandal7
Aquarius97 wrote:
Tamijo wrote:
My rider already got pain in their legs - waiting this long on the startline. Wink


i have sent my riders back to the hotel Pfft

Can they stay there for the rest of the race? Big race for Jams Sad
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Vien
It's all part of the hype! Grin
 
Vien
Complaining always helps Smile. But it was worth the wait! Great result and a great report, thanks Croatia.

Obviously sad to see Ma drop from first to third so late, but it's still some unexpected points, so I'm happy with it. Also, doesn't the TT stat come into play in prologues longer than 5km? If so, this result would be easier to explain with Chavanne not winning.
 
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