Red Bull Racing employs a paddock 'spy' who keeps tabs on Formula One grand prix goings-on and gossip, in addition to having a front-row, behind-the-scenes seat in one of the sport's top teams. The energy drink firm has just given him a larger platform for his intel with the Red Bull Racing Spy app, available now for free on Apple iTunes.

It appears to cover all the angles, with race infographics, background and historical facts, galleries, race info and season calendar as well as real-time updates like track positions during the race. On top of which you can send the spy your own questions and "challenges." Who knows, the spy might be able to answer some of our own questions about the Alpine A110-50C/ZAR.

Scroll down to read the press release, head over to iTunes for the download. Android fans, your app is on the way.
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Red Bull Racing will be bringing a range of F1 knowledge, driver facts and tasty gossip direct to your phone. If you want to know what's going on in the Paddock, in the pitlane or on the track, then you need this app. Bought to you by current F1 world champions' man on the inside (knowingly dubbed the 'Red Bull Racing Spy') this app gives you everything, from results to parties, from behind the scenes pictures to gossip

The Red Bull Racing Spy, who already has a following on Twitter, will bring you closer to the real action in Formula One. The app is essential for any F1 fan who wants a little more information than the average spectator and who secretly loves a bit of grand prix gossip. If the Spy misses something out, you get the chance to quiz him; ask anything F1 related or lay down a challenge and see the responses in the feed.

As well as all the unique features, the Red Bull Racing Spy will also bring you the information that you'd expect from any self-respecting F1 app including lap by lap track positioning, race specific facts and figures, driver and constructor championship standing and a full race calendar. To download the app head to and make sure you get the inside line for the start of the new F1 season.

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      • 3 Years Ago
      I still don't understand how Android devices sell so much more than iPhones, yet everyone is still developing apps for Apples store.
        • 3 Years Ago
        Just got used to it I guess. They would have had to pay for a developer license so they might as well use it. That or they already employ a company to make apps for Apple. Some big companies have already done the changeover and now make Android apps first but it'll be a slow process. Hopefully it'll come soon. Their "spy" is on twitter. Just look for Red Bull Spy. I don't think it's the same person obviously but under the same pseudonym.
      Ric J
      • 3 Years Ago
      Sounds interesting. Hope the Android app is out soon.
      • 3 Years Ago
      If you see something, say something.
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