It may have been Froome's peak, but he seemed at that same level in 2016 as well. Quintana didn't. I agree Tejay's situation is different as I think a lot of Tejay's problems are mental and he's not getting the right advice. I have wanted him to go to a new team for a couple of years. I think he should do better with Slipstream. Just hope they don't try to have him go after GC in Grand Tours. I don't think Tejay can handle the pressure. I think with Pinot after the Giro he and the team finally realized that he needed to change his approach to Grand Tours and he seems happier at the Vuelta. I think FDJ and he can do this they'll be ok. Quintana needs a different approach, and I'm thinking a team with more structure would do him some good. Movistar pretty much has none, so any other team in the peloton would have better structure. I'm not talking about going from one extreme in Movistar to the other extreme in Sky. Dowsett did that in the other direction and has talked about total culture shock many times.movingtarget said:Yeah because Froome was at his peak then. I think Tejay is a different situation but changing teams was the best for him not that he had a choice at the time with the BMC chaos. I thought Pinot may have moved on as well but he didn't.Koronin said:Quintana's best GT was the 2015 Tour. He hasn't hit that level since and I think it is now apparent he won't. At this point I think he would be better off on another team. Similar reason that I've thought for about 2-3 years that Tejay needed to go to a new team. Sometimes a change of scenery and a different way of doing things will help.