Renault F1 travels to streets of Warsaw The Renault F1 Team Roadshow will go into its fourth season where the team visits various cities and race tracks for free Formula 1 demonstration runs. The team visited cities such as Moscow, Seville, Tokyo, Lyon, Istanbul and Rome, but also the World Series by Renault championship.
Launched in 2003, this program has already thrilled more than 1.5 million people worldwide, offering them a unique sporting spectacle blending high technology, approachability and passion.
As the program enters its fourth season, its goals remain unchanged: to take passionate fans or new-comers to the very heart of the action, and to offer them unforgettable motorsport memories.
Renault F1's Team Managing Director Flavio Briatore explained: "The essence of our Roadshow is this: running our F1 cars for the public, on city streets or at a World Series by Renault event. We give the people an opportunity to get close to our cars, team and drivers. Something they cannot do at a Grand Prix weekend.
"The ING Renault F1 Team Roadshow is designed as a showcase of what modern Formula 1 is all about: a fabulous show, and an unforgettable experience!"
The 2007 Roadshow program will kick off in the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw on 3 June 2007.
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