Quick Step leading Tour de Euro

Thanks to stage wins by Tom Boonen and Gert Steegmans, as well as Boonen's lead in the points...

Thanks to stage wins by Tom Boonen and Gert Steegmans, as well as Boonen's lead in the points classification, Quick Step is leading the financial stakes of the Tour de France so far. In one week on the Tour, the Belgian super squad has earned 37, 030 euros, more than ten times that of French team AG2R who have earned 3, 340 euros.

1. Quick Step-Innergetic: 37,030 euro
2. Rabobank: 30,900 euro
3. T-Mobile: 26,040 euro
4. Team CSC: 21,540 euro
5. Crédit Agricole: 19,080 euro
6. Cofidis: 17,830 euro
7. Liquigas: 15,710 euro
8. Milram: 15,350 euro
9. Predictor-Lotto: 12,510 euro
10. Barloworld: 12,300 euro
11. Française des Jeux: 12,270 euro
12. Saunier Duval: 12,120 euro
13. Gerolsteiner: 10,680 euro
14. Astana: 10,200 euro
15. Discovery Channel: 9,880 euro
16. Euskaltel-Euskadi: 9,250 euro
17. Agritubel: 8,760 euro
18. Bouygues Telecom: 7,210 euro
19. Lampre-Fondital: 6,920 euro
20. Caisse d'Epargne: 5,630 euro
21. Ag2r: 3,340 euro

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