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  2. The BMW M5 has recently been facelifted following updates to the regular 5 Series – and it looks like BMW is preparing a new lightweight Clubsport range-topper for launch. Spotted lapping the Nürburgring at speed, this lightly camouflaged prototype bears the same subtly restyled front end as the standard M5 - incorporating new headlight designs and slightly wider double-kidney - but bears some styling cues that set it apart Aside from the unique angled design of its front grille vanes, the mule has much larger lower air intakes than those of even the current top-rung M5, the Competition. It also hides larger front and rear brake discs behind non-standard performance alloy wheels and sports a subtle rear spoiler and prominent diffuser for enhanced downforce at speed. Rumours circulating online suggest that any new Clubsport variant of the M5 could pack a newly developed twin-turbocharged V8 for a power boost over the 591bhp standard car and the 616bhp M5 Competition. Although this is yet to be confirmed, we can be certain that the Clubsport car will be lighter and more track-focused than both existing versions of the M5 Rumours circulating online suggest that any new Clubsport variant of the M5 could pack a newly developed twin-turbocharged V8 for a power boost over the 591bhp standard car and the 616bhp M5 Competition. Although this is yet to be confirmed, we can be certain that the Clubsport car will be lighter and more track-focused than both existing versions of the M5. Likely additions - based on the CS version of the smaller M3 - include a carbonfibre front splitter and bonnet, sticky Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyres, lightweight staggered alloy wheels, Alcantara-trimmed interior elements and bucket-style sports seats. With these features in place, the M3 CS saved 10kg over the standard M3 and offered a much lower centre of gravity. Elsewhere, we expect a firmer suspension set-up for keener cornering response, carbon-ceramic brakes as standard and a bespoke performance exhaust. As has been the case with all previous Clubsport M cars, the M5 CS will likely command a significant premium over the standard M5. Although prices for the facelifted car haven't yet been revealed, we can expect it to start from over £100,000, given the £96,000 price of the current M5 Competition.
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo finally scored a free-kick for Juventus - from his 43rd attempt - as he became the first player to score 25 Serie A goals in a season for the club since 1961. The derby win over Torino was also notable for Gianluigi Buffon's record-breaking 648th Serie A appearance. Paulo Dybala put Juve ahead and Ronaldo set up a Juan Cuadrado goal. Andrea Belotti pulled one back before Ronaldo struck, with the final goal a Torino own goal. Ronaldo has now scored 46 free-kick goals at club level, with 32 for Real Madrid and 13 for Manchester United He becomes the first Juve player to score 25 goals in a Serie A season since Omar Sivori in 1960-61. Buffon's 648th Italian top-flight appearance took him past Paolo Maldini's previous record. Buffon, 42, only makes the occasional Serie A appearance these days and has had to wait since December to break the record. Including his 17 Ligue 1 appearances for Paris St-Germain last season, he also has the record for most appearances in Europe's top five leagues with 665. Gareth Barry, now playing with West Brom in the Championship, played 653 times in the Premier League. Juventus, who are looking for a ninth consecutive league title, are seven points above Lazio, who host AC Milan at 20:45 BST.
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  5. The country currently counts 3,988 active COVID-19 cases. Rabat – Morocco’s Ministry of Health today announced 146 new COVID-19 cases, increasing the country’s total case count to 13,434 as of 10 a.m. on July 4. The ministry also confirmed 54 new recoveries from COVID-19 and two new deaths. The total number of recoveries has now reached 9,214, while the coronavirus-related death toll stands at 232. The new figures reduced Morocco’s COVID-19 recovery rate to 68.6%. Meanwhile, the country’s fatality rate stands at 1.7%. Morocco currently counts 3,988 active COVID-19 cases. The number of active cases in the country has steadily increased in the past few weeks after it dipped as low as 595 on June 5. Casablanca-Settat remains the region with the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Morocco, with 26.51% of the country’s case count, followed by Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima (19.14%), Marrakech-Safi (15.36%), Rabat-Sale-Kenitra (14.85%), and Fez-Meknes (10.87%). The Laayoune-Sakia El Hamra (4.75%), Draa-Tafilalet (4.36%), Oriental (1.57%), Beni Mellal-Khenifra (1.18%), Souss-Massa (0.68%), Guelmim-Oued Noun (0.62%), and Dakhla-Oued Ed Dahab (0.11%) regions have recorded lower numbers of COVID-19 cases. Between 6 p.m. on July 3 and 10 a.m. on July 4, Moroccan laboratories conducted 7,429 tests for COVID-19, including 7,283 that came back negative. Since February, Moroccan health authorities have performed a total of 739,923 COVID-19 tests, 726,489 yielded negative results. Morocco is currently in the second phase of easing lockdown measures. The first phase, from June 11-24, introduced a geographical division of Moroccan regions into two zones based on their epidemiological situations. Residents of Zone 1 had the right to leave their homes without special authorization. Businesses in certain sectors were also allowed to resume in the first zone. Meanwhile, residents of Zone 2 had to continue to self-isolate in their homes and only go outside for work, essential grocery shopping, or medical emergencies. On June 25, the second phase began and the vast majority of Moroccan prefectures and provinces integrated into Zone 1. The second phase of lifting the lockdown introduced more eased measures, including the resumption of businesses such as restaurants, cafes, and hotels, and domestic travel.
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  8. MG Motor's biggest-selling car, the ZS crossover, has been updated for 2020 with an exterior redesign and, it's claimed, a "real uplift in specification and quality". The Kia Stonic rival, on sale now from £15,495, has been given a revised front-end look with an evolved hexagonal grille design, new swept-back full-LED headlights and an aluminium-effect lower-grille treatment. New alloy wheel designs also feature, while the rear-end revisions extend to a revised bumper, more aluminium-style trim and refreshed tail-lights. A new colour - Battersea Blue - has also been added. The claimed quality boost inside comes courtesy of a new dashboard design with more extensive use of soft-touch materials and detail stitching. The ZS also borrows the 10.1in touchscreen from the larger HS SUV, with DAB, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard. Exclusive-trim models add sat-nav and a 360deg reversing camera. Floating 'piano key'-style buttons are used for climate control functions, while a front armrest is now a standard fitment. MG doesn't specify any dynamic changes to the ZS. The model's chassis is said to be "developed for UK drivers" by the firm's UK engineering team, with three driving modes to alter the steering and suspension responses. The sole engine choice for the ZS is a 1.5-litre four-cylinder unit mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, promising a 0-62mph time of 10.9sec and 41.4mpg. Updates for the electric ZS EV are expected to be similar but have yet to be announced.
  9. Leroy Sane says Bayern Munich is a "great club with big goals" after he signed a five-year contract at the Bundesliga side. The Germany winger, 24, has joined from Manchester City for an initial fee of about £44.7m that could rise to £54.8m. Sane joined City from Schalke in 2016 for £37m and won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and two League Cups. "I want to win as many trophies as possible with Bayern, and the Champions League is the top priority," he said. Where did it go wrong for Sane at City? Sane was a key part of the City team that won a domestic treble last year, but has been injured for much of this season. In 135 appearances for the Premier League side he scored 39 goals and made 45 assists. "Our goal is to gather the best German players at FC Bayern and the signing of Leroy emphasises this goal," said Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. Sane, who has 21 caps for Germany, will start training with Bayern next week, although he cannot play for them in the Champions League this season.