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Thousands thrill to F1 show in Soweto

Thousands of spectators turned out as Ferrari took F1 back to South Africa, if only for a street demo.The promotional event, Ferrari's first of 2014, saw Marc Gene let loose in the Soweto suburb of Johannesburg in a 2009 Ferrari F60. Forming part of the launch of Shell V-Power Nitro+ fuel onto the South African market a 1,480 metre long track was created on the streets around Soccer City, the stadium that hosted the 2010 football World Cup Final.Thousands turned out to see Gene complete demonstrations ruins in the morning and afternoon, the home of the infamous Vuvuzela that dominated the 2010 World Cup brought to life by the roar of F1 V8 power at over 17,000 rpm.The street demo was...
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