Red Bull Racing

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Austria Red Bull-Renault[1]
Full name Red Bull Racing
Base Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Team principal(s) Christian Horner
Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey
2011 Formula One season
Race drivers 1. Germany Sebastian Vettel
2. Australia Mark Webber
Test drivers Australia Daniel Ricciardo
Chassis Red Bull RB7
Engine Renault RS27-2011
Tyres Pirelli
Formula One World Championship Career
Debut 2005 Australian Grand Prix
Latest race 2012 British Grand Prix
Races competed 118
Constructors' Championships 1 (2010)
Drivers' Championships 1 (2010)
Race victories 21
Pole positions 31
Fastest laps 17
2010 position 1st (498 points)

Red Bull Racing is a Formula One team owned by Austrian beverage company Red Bull. Red Bull also own another F1 team: Scuderia Toro Rosso. The Red Bull team is based in Milton Keynes in the UK but holds an Austrian licence. The team is managed by Christian Horner who is also the boss of the Arden International, which participates to the GP2 Series and to the Formula Renault 3.5 Series.

Mark Webber at the 2009 Spanish Grand Prix.


Formula One World Championship results[change | change source]

(Bold indicates championships won.)

Year Name Car Engine Tyres No. Drivers Points WCC
2005 Austria Red Bull Racing RB1 Cosworth TJ2005 3.0 V10 M 14.
15.
15.
United Kingdom David Coulthard
Austria Christian Klien
Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi
34 7th
2006 Austria Red Bull Racing RB2 Ferrari 056 2.4 V8 M 14.
15.
15.
United Kingdom David Coulthard
Austria Christian Klien
Netherlands Robert Doornbos
16 7th
2007 Austria Red Bull Racing RB3 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B 14.
15.
United Kingdom David Coulthard
Australia Mark Webber
24 5th
2008 Austria Red Bull Racing RB4 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B 9.
10.
United Kingdom David Coulthard
Australia Mark Webber
29 7th
2009 Austria Red Bull Racing RB5 Renault RS27 2.4 V8 B 14.
15.
Australia Mark Webber
Germany Sebastian Vettel
153.5 2nd
2010 Austria Red Bull Racing RB6 Renault RS27-2010 2.4 V8 B 5.
6.
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Australia Mark Webber
498 1st
2011 Austria Red Bull Racing RB7 Renault RS27-2011 2.4 V8 P 1.
2.
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Australia Mark Webber
650 1st
2012 Austria Red Bull Racing RB8 Renault RS27-2012 2.4 V8 P 1.
2.
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Australia Mark Webber
460 1st
2013 Austria Infiniti Red Bull Racing RB9 Renault RS27-2013 2.4 V8 P 1.
2.
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Australia Mark Webber
596 1st
2014 Austria Infiniti Red Bull Racing RB10 Renault Energy F1-2014 1.6 V6 t P 1.
3.
Germany Sebastian Vettel
Australia Daniel Ricciardo
405 2nd

References[change | change source]