Technical Car Assembly Special Preview of the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 Car

Mumbai, India (PressExposure) October 09, 2009 -- Most of us are used to seeing F1 cars rocketing along at speeds of 300km/h down straights and downshifting as they head into hairpin turns. But, on Wednesday, 7th October 2009, F1 enthusiasts received a special treat as the Red Bull Racing crew assembled their Formula One car ahead of the highly anticipated Red Bull Speed Link at the JW Marriott.

Spectators got a rare insight into the hi-tech world of Formula One as they witnessed first hand the technical crew putting together one of the fastest machines on the planet – a Formula One car. The session captured the attention of everyone there, as they marvelled at the sheer number of parts that it actually takes to make an F1 car.

Under the supervision of Red Bull Racing Support Team Manager, Tony Burrows, the Formula One car took shape as it was built up around its powerful 10-cylinder engine. The entire assembly process took 3 hours.

Commenting on the session, Tony ¬said, “We’ve assembled the car many times and yet, every time we do it, it’s always a challenge as it has to be completely right. In Formula One there is absolutely no room for error. Red Bull Racing is a brilliant group of individuals who are experts in the assembly of the F1 car and we hope to make the Red Bull Speed Link in Mumbai a great success.”

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The Red Bull F1 car will be touring Mumbai, much to the delight of F1 fans in the city. The car will visit Inorbit Mall, Malad and Nirmal Mall, Mulund to visually delight Mumbaikars and will be on display at these locations on the 8th and 9th of October, 2009.

On October 11th, 2 pm, visit Bandra Reclamation to catch the real Formula 1 action as F1 race sensation David Coulthard races down the recently opened Bandra – Worli Sea Link in the Red Bull Racing Formula One car, presenting Mumbaikars with an energy experience like never before.

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2009 is Red Bull Racing's fifth year in F1, although its parent company's links with the sport began a couple of decades earlier. An obvious Austrian connection between Red Bull and Gerhard Berger meant the driver was signed up as Red Bull's first athlete. Then, as the drinks company went on to establish a reputation for backing extreme sports, it continued to strengthen its F1 involvement. Its colours graced many a grand prix driver's drinks bottle and its logo featured on the Sauber team cars. In 2004, Red Bull went one stage further and bought what had been Jaguar Racing and lined up at the start of the 2005 season with David Coulthard and Christian Klien sitting in the cockpits of the RB1.

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