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- Face off! Comparing two eras of F1 cars on the track
Face off! Comparing two eras of F1 cars on the track
- NOV 6, 2012
- Formula One Austin: United States Grand Prix
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- How far has Formula One technology come in 20 years? Red Bull Racing’s Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey (and the man behind the design of Red Bull Racing's two championship cars) recently had the unique opportunity to find out. At Silverstone Circuit, Newey, aided by former F1 driver David Coulthard, was given the chance to drive the Leyton House March he designed in 1990. Shortly afterwards Newey was strapped into the title-winning Red Bull Racing RB6, which he designed for drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber for the 2010 season. One designer, two fascinating cars separated by exactly 20 years, and two totally different experiences, as Adrian relates in this clip.
Red Bull Racing may currently symbolize the pinnacle of Formula One, but it's been a long road to the top of the sport. In this teaser for the Red Bull Racing Story, drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark...
Three-time world champion Sebastian Vettel and the rest of the Red Bull Racing team returned to their UK factory after finishing their double championship season in Brazil.
Red Bull Racing are 2012 F1 constructors' champions Nov 18, 2012
The team joined elite company in winning its third straight Formula One title after Sebastian Vettel finished second at the United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.
Formula One Headed to NBC in 2013? Oct 12, 2012
With Formula One heading to Austin, Texas, this year and possibly New York and New Jersey in 2013, the series is said to be in TV talks with NBC.
Formula One: Interview With Mark Webber Jun 22, 2012
The Red Bull Racing driver discusses his racing past, present and future -- and why it’s very important to celebrate properly when you win your second Monaco Grand Prix.
Red Bull Racing Spy App: F1 in Your Pocket May 23, 2012
Get behind-the-scenes photos, tweets and information from the new Red Bull Racing Spy app available today on iPhones and iPads -- just in time for the Monaco Grand Prix. Best of all, it's free.