|8.||2004||Cofidis, le Crédit par Téléphone||99||483|
|9.||2006||Saunier Duval - Prodir||334||174|
|10.||2007||Saunier Duval - Prodir||725||55|
|11.||2008||Garmin - Chipotle p/b H30||517||108|
|12.||2009||Garmin - Slipstream||624||74|
|13.||2010||Garmin - Transitions||797||50|
|14.||2011||Team Garmin - Cervelo||934||45|
|15.||2012||Garmin - Sharp||282||245|
David Millar (born 4 January 1977) is a Scottish former professional road racing cyclist.
He is most associated with his long spells with two teams, Cofidis from 1997-2004 and Garmin-Sharp from 2008-2014. He has won four stages of the Tour de France, five of the Vuelta a España and one stage of the Giro d'Italia. He was the British national road champion and the national time trial champion, both in 2007. He is the only British rider to have worn all Tour de France jerseys and one of seven to have worn the yellow jersey. He was also the first (of three) British riders to have worn the leader's jersey in all three Grand Tours.
Millar was banned for two years in 2004 after admitting taking banned performance-enhancing drugs. Upon his return from his ban, Millar became a prominent anti-doping campaigner, a stance which eventually resulted in some describing him as an 'elder statesman' of cycling.