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Driving the Tour de France, July 1: Me and my Renault

NANTES, France — A Mercedes-Benz more than a decade ago to several Renault models. A Citroen C4 sedan to a BMW ...

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A motorhome used by the Britain-based Team Sky used in the Tour de France is for sale on eBay.

Team Sky’s motorhome from the Tour de France on eBay

Top-level professional cycling teams travel day to day at major races in custom motorhomes. The most prominent team in the world ...

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A vintage team car from the Tour de France.

Cars of the Tour de France, old and new

Bugatti, Citroën, Peugeot and Renault are current major car automakers in France. And with the exception of Bugatti, the French highways ...

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Tour de France, 2012: Citroen exhibit showcases iconic French carmaker

Bugatti, Citroën, Peugeot and Renault are the current major French automakers. With the exception of Bugatti, French highways and country roads ...

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Driving the Tour de France: Country roads in my Renault

ST. FLOUR, France — The Tour de France Road Book, distributed to the media at the start of the race, features ...

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Driving the Tour de France: Skoda to Renault to Peugeot

CAP FREHEL, France — Bugatti, Citroën, Peugeot and Renault are current major car automakers in France. And with the exception of Bugatti, ...

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Driving the Tour de France, July 3: Many cars, few cyclists

LES ESSARTS, France — Beyond the starting field of 198 cyclists, the moving caravan that is the Tour de France includes ...

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Driving the Tour de France, July 2: Credentials and car stickers

LES HERBIERS, France — The journey to the opening day of the Tour de France Media Center (Salle de Presse) is ...

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

Automakers and bicycle racing have always been a good mix, and now Nissan has joined Jaguar and Skoda, the Czech manufacturer, ...

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

Beyond showcasing cyclists’ skills the Tour de France is a three-week daily motorcade of cars, trucks, buses and motorhomes. Equipment trucks, ...

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