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Renault take F1 Roadshow to Seville

Renault's F1 Roadshaw will roll into Seville, Spain next weekend, with Fernando Alonso entertaining his home fans with his R25 car.

The world champion, who delighted thousands of spectators with his victory at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, will take to the streets of Seville next Sunday to conduct a live demonstration of his car on the city streets.

Renault are expecting up to half a million spectators to fill the streets of the Andalusian city.

"Barcelona was an unforgettable weekend for me, probably the best feeling I have had in an F1 car," said Alonso. "Seville will be a second Spanish Grand Prix for me, a fantastic thing with maybe half a million people.

"The Roadshow is a great programme because we can get close to the fans and really share their emotion.

"I am looking forward to seeing my people on Sunday, and to saying thank you to them for their amazing support."


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