Héctor Herrera He wanted to recreate one of the best known goals and celebrations of Riquelme with Boca Juniors. The midfielder of the Atlético de Madrid He has published this Saturday a video dressed in Boca’s shirt in which he takes a foul. The ball touches his wife’s head and the Mexican puts his hands to his ears, a celebration he once did Riquelme sending a message to Macri. The midfielder is at home waiting to pass the coronavirus test together with the rest of the Red and White squad. The Athletic Training would begin, according to the club’s forecasts, on Friday the 8th or Monday the 11th, once the results are known.Herrera came free to Atlético de Madrid in July 2019 after defending the shirt of the Port in 245 games over six seasons. At Cholo’s orders he has disputed 1,185 minutes spread over 22 games in which he has scored a goal and given an assist.
The number of AWD Model 3 VINs is now higher than RWDAccording to Model 3 VINs tracker, Tesla just registered its biggest batch of VINs so far for the Model 3 – 21,308. Interesting is that it’s estimated that 100% of them are all-wheel drive versions, while 73% are international (for deliveries outside North America – most likely Europe or China at this point).The latest registration round brings the tally to 229,766 and as it turns out, AWD is now in the majority (115,316), compared to RWD (114,450).Tesla Model 3 Huge Shipment Of Tesla Model 3s Ready To Board Big Ship For Europe #Tesla registered 21,308 new #Model3 VINs. ~100% estimated to be dual motor. ~73% estimated to be International. Highest VIN is 229766. https://t.co/3YURcBa7CB— Model 3 VINs (@Model3VINs) January 11, 2019 Tesla Model 3 VIN Registrations For Europe Exceed 8,500 Source: Model 3 VINs Cumulative Tesla Model 3 Production Estimate Exceeds 160,000 Source: Electric Vehicle News Particularly, the shift towards AWD and export can be seen in January stats, as over 97% of VIN registrations are AWD and the majority (70%) are classified as international. Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on January 12, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle News