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Latest News: Our Service Departments and Sales Showrooms will be open from Monday 1st June, however this is with some changes to ensure the safety of our customers and colleagues.   Here at Motorvogue we would like to advise you that after being closed since March, we have taken the decision to once again open our showrooms and service departments following the latest Government guidance. Whilst transport was deemed as essential at the start of Lockdown, we chose to close for the safety of our colleagues and customers. Having introduced a number of new procedures and after installing personal protective equipment across our public and staff areas, we are confident that it is now safe for us to conduct business once again. For your own safety and that of other customers and our colleagues, please read through our new measures before visiting us, and if you have any queries then please contact us by telephone or via our website contact forms.  Additional Measures Before visiting our Sales or Service Departments, please contact us and arrange an appointment time. This will enable us to ensure that our dealerships have a limited number of people at any one time. Please use the hand sanitiser provided when you enter and leave the premises. Our colleagues have access to face masks and hand sanitiser to use whenever required, and we ask that you use personal protective equipment wherever possible. We have installed Plexiglass screens to protect customers and staff in our greeting areas. Our display vehicles are locked to maintain our sanitisation standards and can be opened on request, the vehicle will then be re-sanitised. Please follow the 2m markings on the floor Regularly wash your hands and avoid contact with your eyes, nose and mouth If you have either a high temperature or a new continuous cough then please do not visit us. When bringing a vehicle to us for maintenance, please remove all personal items. We will be using interior covers when our technicians work on your vehicle and the car will be thoroughly cleaned before its return to you. We will only be accepting card payments at this time We will come to you We have created a number of additional services to support our customers during this difficult time, and if you would prefer, we will come to you for both Sales and Aftersales. Service Your vehicles maintenance and on-going safety is our priority. We are offering a collection and delivery service if you are self-isolating or concerned about spending time within a business. Alternatively we can make your stay with us as short as possible, and provide you with a clean loan car whilst we look after your vehicle. Please contact our Service Centre for further details and availability. Sales Test drives and consultations are now available to book at our showrooms. We are now also offering to bring the car to you at your home, within 20 miles of our showroom. You can be assured that the vehicle will be sanitised before your test drive. We have also introduced Exclusive Evening Buyer Appointments so you can visit us after our usual business hours and have the showroom solely to yourself from 6.30 to 8.30pm. Only one appointment will be available per showroom, Monday to Thursday, so please contact us to arrange your consultation and test drive on our next available date.   And if you purchase a car from us, we are also offering nationwide delivery from £99.   Contact Us   Our New Opening Hours are; Sales Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6pm Saturday 8.30am to 5.30pm Sunday 10.30am to 4.30pm     Aftersales Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm Saturday 8.30am to 1pm Sunday Closed

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4th September 2016

Renault Sport Formula One Team experienced a character-building Gran Premio Heineken d’Italia at the Autodromo di Monza.

Renault Sport Formula One Team experienced a character-building Gran Premio Heineken d’Italia at the Autodromo di Monza.

Jolyon Palmer made up a number of positions after a spirited start however contact with Felipe Nasr – for which the Sauber driver was subsequently penalised – led to retirement on safety grounds. Kevin Magnussen also made a strong start and finished in seventeenth position.

- Kevin started the race from P21 with new set of Pirelli’s red super soft tyres. He changed to new yellow softs on lap 14 then new super soft tyres on lap 30.

- Jolyon started the race in P20 on new soft tyres. After contact with Sauber’s Felipe Nasr at turn two on the first lap, he pitted for a new front wing, safety check and a set of new medium (white) compound tyres at the end of the second lap. He returned to the pits to retire at the end of his seventh lap.

Kevin Magnussen, #20, R.S.16-04: Started P21, finished P17

“My start was okay but there were incidents everywhere… I had a better start than the Saubers ahead of me, which meant going around them, then another car on the grid. After that, I was able to build-up the momentum into turn two but had to avoid a spinning car by going on the grass. From then on, it was a quiet race with just a bit of early action with one of the Manors. It’s a shame that we didn’t get a good result today but we still learn more about the car every weekend and this race was no exception.”

Jolyon Palmer, #30, R.S.16-02: Started P20, DNF

“I had a really good start and made a lot of positions. I was alongside Nasr through turn one with no problem then he decided to run me off the road in turn two. I can’t explain why he did that or imagine what he was thinking. I went as far off the track as I could without risking a spin from the gravel and he still made contact with me. There was no racing room and both our races ended way too early. For me I feel I’m driving better than ever and I’m hopeful that will show in Singapore.”

Fred Vasseur, Team Principal

“After the promise of Spa, Monza proved to be our toughest challenge of the year. Jolyon made a fantastic start but was robbed of the potential to improve further by the actions of Felipe Nasr, who was punished for the incident. Kevin did what he could in a car which was clearly not suited to Monza. We knew this season would be tough and this weekend was particularly so. The positives are not easily seen on track but rather lie in all the hard work going on behind the scenes in Enstone and Viry and we know that in 2017 we will be far stronger. Our immediate focus is now on Singapore where we should show better performance than here.”

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