|1.||2001||Lotto - Adecco||12||952|
|2.||2002||Lotto - Adecco||6||1089|
|3.||2003||Lotto - Domo||11||997|
|4.||2004||Lotto - Domo||101||479|
|5.||2005||Chocolade Jacques - Topsport Vlaanderen||123||436|
|27/02||Kuurne - Brussel - Kuurne||2|
|6.||2006||Quick Step - Innergetic||199||288|
|26/02||Kuurne - Brussel - Kuurne||9|
|7.||2007||Quick Step - Innergetic||207||277|
|15/04||Paris - Roubaix||9|
|Volta Ciclista a Catalunya|
|Paris - Nice|
|25/03||Dwars door Vlaanderen||1|
|05/04||Ronde van Vlaanderen||17|
|12/04||Paris - Roubaix||14|
|11.||2011||Quick Step Cycling Team||64||644|
Kevin Van Impe (born 19 April 1981 in Aalst, East Flanders) is a retired Belgian professional road bicycle racer. His father is former cyclist Frank Van Impe, and his uncle is ex-cyclist Lucien Van Impe, winner of the 1976 Tour de France.
A routine out of competition drugs test performed on Van Impe caused controversy in March 2008. Van Impe was asked to give a sample for testing whilst at a crematorium making funeral arrangements for his deceased son, and was warned that failure to provide a sample would count as a refusal to give a sample, for which sanctions apply. Professional cyclists racing in the Paris–Nice and Tirreno–Adriatico performed demonstrations over the lack of respect shown to Van Impe.
Van Impe retired in March 2012, having only joined the Vacansoleil–DCM team in January of that year.