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  1. The pilots arrived on the Red Bull Ring and they are isolated in their teams, each one having to comply with health rules: the teams are scattered in different hotels to avoid the risks of contamination, but Sebastian Vettel has found the parade… For this strange back-to-school Grand Prix, held behind closed doors in Austria, the teams are asked to stay together without mixing and the F1 staff will remain in the region next week before the second race scheduled on the same circuit. The paddock of the Red Bull Ring is less welcoming than usual, the teams being confined to garages and small prefabricated premises instead of the luxurious hospitality usually deployed to welcome the guests of sponsors. Several drivers have decided to stay on the circuit during the entire Austrian tour by choosing the option of a personal motorhome: this is particularly the case for Sebastian Vettel, whose father Norbert (photo above) ) was responsible for bringing the precious vehicle to the site. A rather sad paddock in Austria In the still recent past, pilots often opted for this solution before giving it up because of the often invasive presence of fans and the difficulty of finding space near the paddock. The one who launched this lifestyle is none other than Gilles Villeneuve, who was traveling with his family (including little Jacques!) In what he then called his "caravan", before seeing the Rosbergs, Coulthards and others Button enjoy comfortable rolling houses.
  2. You can listen to live commentary of Manchester City v Liverpool on BBC Radio 5 Live at 20:15 BST on Thursday and watch highlights on Match of the Day 2 at 22:45 on BBC One and the BBC Sport website. There won't be any fans inside Etihad Stadium on Thursday, but I am still expecting it to be a very lively night. Manchester City will show Liverpool great respect with a guard of honour before the game, but it will hurt Pep Guardiola and his players to have to do it, and they will want to prove a point on the pitch afterwards. The level Liverpool are at might depend on how much partying they have done since becoming Premier League champions last week. They deserved those celebrations but they have had a few days to get them out of the way, and my guess is they will want to be at their very best again when they play City. This is a big game even without any silverware riding on it. Liverpool have already taken City's title, and now they want their records too - most points, biggest title-winning margin and most wins. That is what Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will be demanding. His side have been the best in the country by a million miles this season, and they will want to show that yet again, against their nearest rivals. Big difference between the top two is at the back As far as the game itself goes, I'm expecting more of what we have seen from both sides over the past few months. Both teams have been incredible going forward but City are certainly not as strong as Liverpool are defensively, and I don't see them keeping the Reds out. At the back is where City are furthest behind Liverpool at the moment. When you combine Aymeric Laporte's long-term injury in September with Vincent Kompany's departure last summer, then you can see why it is a position they have struggled in. Kompany was their captain and so often their driving force. Immediately after he left, they had to cope without their best remaining centre-half. They have not had a dominant player in that department all season, so I am sure it will be a priority for Guardiola to put it right when the next transfer window opens. Before then, he is going for more silverware. The title is gone but City are still trying to retain the FA Cup - as they did the Carabao Cup - and going for the Champions League too. It could still end up being an incredible season for them if they land all three. City set to lose another great in Silva Whatever else they win this season, City will want their Premier League title back next year. What won't help them is that, 12 months after Kompany left, they are about to lose another one of their greats in David Silva. They have got an exciting talent in Phil Foden who will get his chance to step up, but he has got a huge hole to fill. When you look at how much Silva has won, what he has achieved and what he has given to our game in his time in England, the Spanish midfielder deserves to be remembered as one of the best foreign players we have seen in the Premier League. I would put him in the same bracket as Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, Manchester United great Eric Cantona and Silva's brilliant City team-mate Sergio Aguero. You could even argue he is better than all of them. I don't like comparing players' achievements, especially when they are in different positions, but Silva has been absolutely magnificent, and for 10 unbelievable years he has been the heartbeat of this City team. Even without him, though, they will still expect to put up more of a challenge to Liverpool in 2020-21. The same goes for Manchester United; I can see them getting closer next time. Chelsea too - they might still be a couple of players short of winning the league, but they are heading in the right direction. Henderson is my player of the year We know all about Liverpool's strengths by now - how they are so good defensively, and that they can score goals from most positions, including their full-backs and centre-halves. In the past, their midfield might have been seen as being more functional than City's, which has Silva and Kevin de Bruyne in there - but not any more. Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is my player of the season, and he has been magnificent in everything he has done. Collectively, Liverpool's players have had an amazing season, but they are brilliant because of more than just their results. I watched them beat Crystal Palace last week and, when they were winning 4-0 in the last minute, every single one of them was charging around trying to win the ball back. That epitomised the hunger and desire that makes them the team they are under Klopp, and what he demands of them. It would have been easy for Liverpool to feel sorry for themselves after they just missed out on the title last season. Instead, they won the Champions League and then have gone from strength to strength. They got off to a great start by winning their first eight league games of this campaign, and they have just kept on going - they have been absolutely relentless.
  3. A top-secret communications system used by criminals to trade drugs and guns has been "successfully penetrated", says the National Crime Agency. The NCA worked with forces across Europe on the UK's "biggest and most significant" law enforcement operation. Major crime figures were among 746 UK arrests after messages on EncroChat were intercepted and decoded. More than two tonnes of drugs, several dozen guns and £54m in suspect cash have been seized, says the NCA. While the NCA was part of the investigation, it was initiated and led by French and Dutch police, and also involved Europol - the EU agency for law enforcement cooperation. Wil van Gemert, deputy executive director of Europol, told a press conference in the Hague that the hacking of the network had allowed the "disruption of criminal activities including violent attacks, corruption, attempted murders and large-scale drug transports" The NCA says the Europe-wide operation, which lasted over three months and involved police forces across the UK, has had the biggest impact on organised crime gangs it has ever seen. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Dame Cressida Dick, whose force made 171 of the arrests and seized £13.3m in cash, described it as a "game changer". She said: "This is just the beginning. We will be disrupting organised criminal networks as a result of these operations for weeks and months and possibly years to come." Nikki Holland, NCA director of investigations, said the operational team had described it "as akin to cracking the enigma code". "They see this as that significant in terms of getting that inside information, effectively having a person inside an organised crime group telling us what they're up to," she said. 'Criminal marketplace' An estimated 60,000 people, among them up to 10,000 in Britain, subscribed to France-based EncroChat, which has now been taken down. The system operated on customised Android phones and, according to its website, provided "worry-free secure communications". Customers had access to features such as self-destructing messages that deleted from the recipient's device after a certain length of time. There was also panic wipe, where all the data on the device could be deleted by entering a four-digit code from the lock-screen. The NCA says the messaging system has been used as a "criminal marketplace" to co-ordinate the supply of Class A drugs across the world, and import weapons including assault rifles, sub-machine guns, shotguns, pistols and hand grenades. Law enforcement agencies began getting data from the site on 1 April after the encryption code is believed to have been cracked in March. Gangs are also believed to have used the handheld devices to plot attacks on rival groups, plan ways of enforcing drug debts and arrange for money to be laundered. Threats to life detailed on the site included acid attacks and threats to chop off limbs. Dozens of organised crime groups have been dismantled, says the NCA, with the bulk of arrests in London and north-west England. Lockdown "worked in our favour", says the agency, in that many more suspects were at home when they were raided. Many of those arrested are said to form the "middle tier" of crime gangs while some are described as the "Mr and Mrs Bigs" of the underworld. Chat users realised 'too late' Analysis by BBC technology reporter David Molloy EncroChat sold encrypted phones with a guarantee of anonymity, with a range of special features to remove identifying information. The phones themselves cost roughly £900 (€1,000) each, with a subscription costing £1,350 (€1,500) for six months. Europol said that French police had discovered some of EncroChat's servers were located in the country, and that it was possible to put a "technical device" in place to access the messages. In June, rumours began to swirl about EncroChat being compromised by law enforcement. The Netherlands' National Police said that users began to throw away their phones once the company became aware that messages were being intercepted - "but it was too late". Police had already intercepted millions of messages, some of which have been acted on already - and others that may be used in the future. In London, those targeted in the Met operation, codenamed "Eternal", are alleged to include members of "high-harm" organised crime networks with longstanding links to violent crime and drug dealing. Dame Cressida said: "These people are in business to make enormous amounts of money. Many of them lead a very respectable lifestyle - and definitely a high-end lifestyle in fancy houses with big cars going to... clubs and restaurants, splashing the cash sometimes, but sometimes being very discreet about it." The Met said that earlier this month, its detectives identified a plot by an international drugs and firearms gang to shoot dead a member of a rival network. According to the force, it managed to prevent the shooting by arresting an individual for conspiracy to murder and seizing a loaded pistol, which was believed to be the planned murder weapon.
  4. Contrary to the general downsizing trend, the Cayenne GTS whistles on the V6 of the previous model generation and takes the well-known 4.0-liter V8 under the nail. The new Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) is not the strongest representative of its series, but it wants to be the most dynamic. We'll check that on our first test drive! Anyone who thinks that "sport" in SUVs is a worn-out euphemism and this type of vehicle is only a waste of resources and space anyway, should stop reading here. The new Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) hits exactly these notches: Contrary to the general downsizing trend, the Swabian whistles on the V6 of the previous model generation and tears the well-known 4.0-liter V8 under the nail. Get in for the first test drive, please! The 460 hp biturbo takes command from the spot, throws any form of acoustic restraint - thanks to reduced insulation - overboard and in a few moments the SUV is hammered over the 100 mark. But the real art begins with the first curve: Completely unimpressed by the speed, the semi-wet surface and your own mass, the Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) equipped with optional all-wheel steering throws itself towards the apex, absorbs the ideal line and acknowledges it Step on the accelerator with a cheeky rear swivel, then tread on with the same vehemence. FIRST TEST DRIVE WITH THE NEW PORSCHE CAYENNE GTS COUPÉ (2020) Accompanied by the snotty sound of the flap exhaust (only for the SUV coupé), the drive of the new Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) only craves speed and the extremely sensitive steering after the next curve. The icing on the cake: the perfectly adjustable ceramic brake (optional). Half sweaty from the first test drive through the Swabian Jura, Porsche developers then substantiate the experience with facts. While they have given the V8 a GTS-specific set-up including a modified torque curve, a gearbox lighter than the turbo with a shorter gear ratio is responsible for the adhesion. Instead of artificially creating the feeling of sportiness with a higher steering resistance, the engineers reduced both friction and damping, making the steering more informative. Fits! But it also benefits from the now rear-wheel drive all-wheel drive: less drive torque on the front axle relieves the load and means more precision in the steering. The more drive torque on the rear axle in turn meets a wider spread map of the adaptive dampers. To put it bluntly, the new Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) is already allowed in "Sport", which only happens in Turbo with "Sport Plus" - including the finest rear swivel after ambitiously taken corners. NEW PORSCHE CAYENNE GTS COUPÉ (2020) PLEASURE OF PLEASURE Despite all the sportiness, the new Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) also cuts a good figure on our long-distance test on our first test drive. Should it be, after all, the GTS stands for "Gran Turismo Sport". When the driving mode is set to "Normal", the SUV noticeably withdraws. Nevertheless, one or the other transverse joint is forwarded to the interior. After stepping on the accelerator pedal, the V8, which is almost inaudible in the rev cellar, roars back to work. While the speedometer needle climbs up to the final 270 km / h, consumption also increases with it: given an average of 13.5 liters, the speedometer spits out consumption of 15.1 liters after our dynamic test drive. Fun costs, the saying is not new. And that the Swabians can be paid well for their cars should come as no surprise. The driven SUV coupe is at least 118,490 euros in the list. Recommended extras such as the lightweight package, the adaptive chassis, the air suspension and the rear axle steering make the price of the new Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé (2020) climb to almost 135,000 euros.
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