No. He normally has some semblance of form in May. He should stick to shorter 7 to 9 day races. He is better suited and capable of those types of races.
I've known Tejay from when he was a kid racing on our development program on the Front Range of Colorado, he's a great and talented rider ...as for his GC ambitions in a Grand Tour, let's just say that job isn't for everyone.
No.Tejas is a great support guy and he'll of an athlete but doesn't have ability to go deep all the time.It's almost like he clean and rest are hopped up for a comparison.Like Lance on 1st couple European tours.