Classics A Coupe de France to rekindle the flame
seatbelt buckles cause problems - recalls at BMW and Toyota
At BMW, the error can trigger airbags and belt tensioners unnecessarily - and just annoying at Toyota. © Thomas Gerhardt The belt buckles are currently causing problems for both BMW and Toyota. In the case of Munich, an incorrectly installed sensor system within the belt buckle can lead to erroneous triggering of the airbags and belt tensioners provided for this seat. In Germany, the Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) monitors the recall, which affects 736 in Germany and 10,373 worldwide.
One spectator at least every sixteen seats. The stewards should not encounter too many problems to enforce the sacrosanct measures of social distancing, this Friday evening at the Stade de France (9 p.m., live on France 2), for the final of the Coupe de France. The big comeback of football in France with the poster between Paris SG and Saint-Étienne after a break of more than four months, will also be accompanied by that of the public in a stadium for an official match. As with the few friendly matches played in recent weeks and in accordance with the rules set by the government, the gauge has been set at 5,000 people admitted to the venue. A figure light years away from the 80,000 spectators still hoped for in early June by the president of the French Football Federation in an interview with Le Figaro.
update for the two-door - Mercedes E-Class Coupé and Cabrio (A238 / C238)
The facelifted Mercedes E-Class as a sedan (W213) is already at the start. On May 27, the two-door and the revised convertible will be presented. © Mercedes The next generation of the Mercedes E-Class will not be available as the W214 until 2023. To keep the current W213 series fresh until then, your Mercedes has been given a facelift. In March Mercedes had already presented the refreshed E-Class in the limousine form.
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The only country to have closed its championship before its end among the five great engines of European football (Spain, England, Germany and Italy) due to the coronavirus pandemic, France was also the first to allow the return of fans to the stadiums. The umpteenth paradox of a country that never ceases to cultivate its taste for singularity. "It's a victory for French football, sport in general, to be able to resume today in mid-July with the public in the stadiums", rejoiced Roxana Maracineanu, Minister Delegate for Sports, on the sidelines of the Le Havre-PSG friendly match, the first meeting to welcome spectators in the stands on July 12. The former swimming champion is hopeful, with Jean-Michel Blanquer, her supervising minister, of raising this bar of 5,000 people soon. Perhaps for the weekend of the resumption of Ligue 1 (22-23 August). Everything will depend on the evolution of the health situation in the territory.
Renault's savings plan provides for 5,000 job cuts in France
These cuts are expected to be mainly due to non-replaced retirements. The group has established a savings plan of 2 billion euros. © afp.com/Martin OFFICE Employees on an assembly line at the Renault factory in Flins, May 6, 2020 Renault plans to cut 5,000 jobs in France by 2024, mainly by departures from retirement not replaced, as part of the savings plan of two billion euros that the automaker will present Friday, says Le Figaro.
In the meantime, less than 5,000 spectators will be able to attend this late final, once is not customary, until Friday, France Televisions having refused to postpone the broadcast of "Fort Boyard". This figure must indeed include all the people present on the site and not only the public (organizers, team management, stewards, journalists…). And the supporters of the two camps, however placed on the dry regime for months, found a way to boycott the meeting.No cup reduction in the stands
While their club has not played in the final of the Coupe de France for 40 years, the green ultras, protesting against the limited number of places they have been allocated (900 out of a total of 1 250 granted by the FFF), announced that they would not travel to Saint-Denis. A position shared by Parisian supporters. The height of absurdity in these difficult times when solidarity must come first, the leadership of ASSE, in support of its base, has announced that it will not resell any of its tickets. Noël Le Graët's appeal, inviting him to offer these places to children or hospital staff, was not heard. The turn reserved for the Forez club will therefore remain desperately empty.
"The return to normal life", praised by Roxana Maracineanu a few days ago, is therefore not completely topical for French football. Proof of this is that the traditional presidential pre-match protocol as well as that of the presentation of trophies have been turned upside down. Emmanuel Macron, masked, will be present at the Stade de France and will come down to the lawn to meet the twenty-two players for the presentation of the teams but he will not shake hands, respect for barrier gestures. As for the cup, it will not be put back in the stands, but on the ground. The captain of the winning team will take the thoroughly sanitized trophy himself. Conclusion of a special evening which is likely to be repeated the following week for the Coupe de la Ligue final between PSG and Lyon.
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