Reviews An Audi for each Real player

20:39  22 february  2021
20:39  22 february  2021 Source:   sports.fr

New unrest at VW: Can boss Diess prevail?

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Ils ont reçu une Audi, comme chaque année. © Supplied by Sports.fr They received an Audi, like every year. If Real Madrid players agreed to a 10% salary cut last December, the pandemic having caused no less than 300 million euros in losses in the club's finances, Sergio Ramos and his teammates are not deprived of their annual little Audi. A partner of Casa Blanca for 17 years, the German manufacturer lends one of its cars every year to each of the professional squad players, Zinédine Zidane having also been able to choose a vehicle. A small tradition that has been immortalized by many photos on Monday, as Marca relays.

???????? ¡¡Los jugadores del reciben sus nuevos Audi !! ¿Cuál tendrá el coche más caro? ????????

- MARCA (@marca) A car priced at 160,470 euros for Valverde Note that Karim Benzema, who has an already well-stocked garage, chose the cheapest car, a Q5 40 TDI at 52,880 euros. Sergio Ramos and "Zizou" opted for an RS 6 Avant at 142,580 euros, while Fede Valverde did not hesitate to take the most expensive model in the catalog, the Audi RS Q8 at 160,470 euros. Also read: Real Madrid decimated against Atalanta The "serious" scam of Real Madrid

Formula E asks manufacturers to go to the checkout .
© Motorsport Images Formula E binds manufacturers to the series After BMW and Audi withdrew, Formula E took precautions to prevent manufacturers from doing so in the future to get out of the series overnight. In the Gen3 era, which begins in the 2022/23 season, teams have to pay the registration and homologation fee of 300,000 euros per season over the entire control cycle should they leave the electric formula championship.

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