Ok, so you are a cut above most of us to begin with.
With sprinting, it's no good having a massive 1s max power if your 1min power is no good - as in all likelihood you'd be blown out the back before the sprint is contested.
A lot depends on race smarts and race conditioning. David Millar in his book wrote about coming back from his ban, on 'paper' (according to his SRM) he was in excellent shape. First race and his doors were blown off.
In my experience I've also found it's great to have numbers that compare well to the chart, however a 5min max power that might be at Cat 1 levels is useless unless you're able to repeat close to that multiple times in a race. Having a great one-off power doesn't tell the full story (not that it sounds like it would be as much an issue for you).
So as handy as those power charts are, there's a lot more at play than simply doing some tests, getting some good numbers and think "rightio, I'm off to find me a Pro Conti team"
(you could of course be an exception to this and be able to smash out these powers all day, in which case a signed top from your new Pro team would be great
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