It's been said that Red Bull is a marketing company that happens to sell energy drinks, and it's an argument that is not without merit. After all, nearly every form of motorsport (in addition to non-engine-powered sports) has some sort of sponsorship deal with the Austrian drink maker, and nowhere is that more recognizable than in Formula One.
Red Bull Racing demonstration in Austin
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Dec 22, 2012
- Eric Loveday
- Sep 15, 2011
Red Bull Racing and French automaker Renault have confirmed a five-year extension of their successful Formula One partnership. This agreement will see Red Bull run with the current V8 engine and KERS hybrid system for the next two seasons, during which time Red Bull will collaborate with Renault Sport on the development of a fuel-efficient 1.6-liter turbo V6 for use starting in the 2014 season.
- Noah Joseph
- Aug 23, 2011
The Circuit of the Americas isn't quite finished yet, and Austin isn't quite ready for the Formula One circus to roll into town. But apparently someone forgot to tell David Coulthard and the Red Bull Racing team.
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