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Renault Roadshow heading to Poland 19 Apr 2007

Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA) Renault R27.
Formula One World Championship, Rd 1, Australian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, Friday, 16 March 2007

The streets of Warsaw will reverberate to the sound of a Formula One car this summer when Renault bring their Roadshow event to the Polish capital. It will mark the start of a fourth season for the world champions’ highly popular city-centre demonstrations.

Launched in 2003, the programme has already thrilled more than 1.5 million people worldwide, after running at venues across the globe including Moscow, Seville, Tokyo, Lyon, Istanbul and Rome. Warsaw comes next on June 3.

"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,” explained the Renault team’s Managing Director, Flavio Briatore. “We give the people an opportunity to get close to our cars, team and drivers - something they cannot do at a Grand Prix.”

The Warsaw outing will be the 11th city-centre event since Renault started the Roadshow, with Seville 2006 having drawn the biggest crowd to date at a quarter of a million people.