Cadel Evans "right on track"

By Tim Maloney, European Editor

Currently sitting 25th on general classification, Davitamon-Lotto's Cadel Evans is quietly confident that he can move up the ladder in this year's Tour de France. Evans looked like a future grand tour contender when he wore the leader jersey at the 2002 Giro d'Italia for Mapei, but was plagued by injury after accepting a lucrative contract with T-Mobile. Even after he'd apparently proven himself by winning the Tour of Austria in 2004 he was left off T-Mobile's Tour de France team.

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