French Road Cycling Cup
The Coupe de France is a has been held since the 1992 season series from the French one-day races in each of which points are awarded, which are incorporated into an overall rating. Points will be exclusively to French rider and those from other nations who drive for a French cycling team, and awarded to French teams. However, the individual races are also available for all other drivers and teams open. Organizer of the Coupe de France is the French Cycling Federation (FFC ), the current main sponsor of the French commercial bank Crédit Agricole.
Record winner of the Coupe de France with the drivers is the Estonian Jaan Kirsipuu with two wins and the teams the team Credit Agricole with seven wins (three of them gan under the previous team names, one under the name Z).
The Appreciation of the Coupe de France for the driver based on the following scoring in every single race and after the race:
For the team competition, the three best-placed driver of a team are counted in each race after the finish and adds their positions to a total value. The team with the lowest overall value then gets 12 points for the team title, the. 9 with the second lowest, and then the worse place teams will each receive one point less
- Most victories in the Drivers' Championship: Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu, France Samuel Dumoulin ( 2)
- Most wins in the team standings: France Crédit Agricole ( until July 1998 gan under the name ) (6)
- Most wins in Coupe de France race: Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu (15 )
- Most wins in Coupe de France races in a season: France Jimmy Casper, France Thierry Claveyrolat, Belgium Philippe Gilbert, Thor Hushovd of Norway, Estonia Jaan Kirsipuu ( 3 each)