BMC is now the professional winner of Tuesday's stage and Ben Hermans its total chief.
Tour of Catalonia officers docked your complete Movistar workforce at least one minute Wednesday when reviewing incidents from Tuesday' controversial team time trial.
BMC is now the official winner of Tuesday's stage and Ben Hermans its overall chief, as an alternative of Movistar and Alejandro Valverde, who topped the overall standings in a single day.
Valverde is now down in sixteenth situation some 58 seconds adrift of Hermans and 14 seconds at the back of Chris Froome of Sky.
Wednesday's stage is more likely to shake up the standings once more as there are three category one mountain climbs and a summit end.
Movistar surprised their rivals Tuesday by profitable the tough 41km time trial where all workforce individuals have to stick together, beating favourites BMC and leaving key competitors Froome and Geraint Thomas of Sky trailing.
but Tuesday's original stage winner José Joaquín Rojas was once given a 3 minute penalty for pushing struggling teammates Andrey Amador and Nelson Oliveira.
Feeling the sanction was too gentle BMC complained to race organisers that the offence warranted expulsion and on evaluate Rojas's penalty was upheld and the remainder of workforce Movistar have been hit with a 60 second penalty.