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Ferrari takes F1 back to South Africa

Despite bids to bring the sport back to a street circuit in Cape Town, F1 returned to South Africa nearly 800 miles away in Johannesburg, as Ferrari put on a demonstration run around Soccer City.Excitement and spectacle were the order of the day as the Scuderia returned to South Africa for its first street show of 2014. Featuring a 2009-spec F60 with test driver Marc Gene at the wheel, the Soweto suburb played host to the launch of Shell V-Power Nitro+ fuel onto the South African market. A 1.48km 'track' allowed Gene to put on a show either side of lunch, completing several laps and thrilling the crowd with drag starts and breathtaking slides, all accompanied by the sound of the car's...
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