Tour de France

Nissan announces sponsorship with Lance Armstrong's new Radio Shack team

Nissan announces sponsorship with Lance Armstrong's new Radio Shack team 6Automakers and bicycle racing have always been a good mix, and now Nissan has joined Jaguar and Skoda, the Czech manufacturer, as major sponsors and automobile providers in professional cycling.

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Tour de France revisited: Daily caravan of buses, cars and motorhomes

Tour de France revisited: Daily caravan of buses, cars and motorhomes 7Beyond showcasing cyclists’ skills the Tour de France is a three-week daily motorcade of cars, trucks, buses and motorhomes. Equipment trucks, team buses, race sponsors’ pristine Skodas and the tiniest Peugeot rentals, more than 1,000 official vehicles made the daily trip from the start to finish of each route from the start in Monaco.

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