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Have you every been in the grocery store after watching an exciting race on TV and you started sliding the shopping cart around corners and clipping apexes, until you scared an old lady buying flour? That could be just us, but apparently Renault understands the feeling.

The company has a new ad campaign that claims there is a dash of Formula One in every car it makes. To prove it, the automaker is ambushing unsuspecting French Renault drivers doing their grocery shopping, then making believe they have earned the pole position in a grand prix. Umbrella girls and all. Scroll down get a taste of the experience in the video.

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      That's the kind of thing you do in a country with high unemployment.
        JF GeSchmidtt
        • 1 Year Ago
        Say what you will, but read this from today's Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/26/opinion/krugman-europes-secret-success.html
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          @JF GeSchmidtt
          "a clown like Krugman " And how many Nobel Prizes have you won?
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          @JF GeSchmidtt
          Only at the NYT can a clown like Krugman find full-time employment...
      • 1 Year Ago
      damn girl at the driver door got a nice ass
        • 1 Year Ago
        But would you like to F1?
      • 1 Year Ago
      Renault does seem to offer some rather interesting "groceries." But what will the wife say when you bring them home?