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Red Bull Racing

Full Team Name: Oracle Red Bull Racing

Headquaters: Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

Team Chief: Christian Horner

Technical Chief: Pierre Waché

Chassis: RB19

Power Unit: Honda RBPT

First Team Entry: 1997

World Championships: 5

Highest Race Finish: 1 (x100)

Pole Positions: 88

Fastest Laps: 89


Red Bull Racing is one of the most successful and popular teams in the history of Formula One, known for their innovative approach and aggressive racing style. Here is a brief overview of Red Bull's involvement in Formula One:

  • Red Bull Racing was founded in 2004, after energy drinks company Red Bull purchased the Jaguar Racing team.

  • The team made their Formula One debut in 2005, and quickly established themselves as a top team in the sport.

  • Red Bull has won 5 Constructors' Championships and 6 Drivers' Championships, 4 of those championships being won in consecutive years from 2010 to 2013, with driver Sebastian Vettel.

  • The team has built some of the most innovative and successful cars in the history of Formula One, including the RB7, RB9 and RB18 which dominated the sport in 2011, 2013 and 2022.

  • Red Bull has also been involved in driver development, with their junior team Toro Rosso (now AlphaTauri) serving as a training ground for young drivers.

  • Red Bull's aggressive racing style and willingness to take risks has made them a fan favorite in the sport, and they have consistently been one of the most exciting teams to watch.

  • The team took Max Verstappen to two world championships in 2021 and 2022 after creating two dominant cars while fighting Mercedes and Ferrari for the title.

Overall, Red Bull's involvement in Formula One is a major part of the sport's history. The team's success, innovative cars, and exciting racing style have all helped to make Red Bull one of the most recognizable and popular teams in motorsport.

Max Verstappen

Sergio Perez

Red Bull Racing
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