Red Bull F1 Team hits 300 races

This weekend’s Formula 1 Turkish Grand Prix might be the first race to be held in Istanbul for nine years but for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing the weekend marks an important milestone – the Team’s 300th race. To celebrate we’ve delved into the into memory banks of six key Team members who’ve been with Red Bull Racing since the very start to hear about their personal highlights of the past 299 Grands Prix. Hear from Team Principal Christian Horner’s recollection of the Team’s first against-the-odds double championship win in Abu Dhabi in 2010 to Head of Race Strategy Will Courtenay revealing why he’s missed just one race day from the last 299, and on to front end mechanic Ole Schack’s memory of the race crew’s toughest challenge in getting Max Verstappen’s car repaired in just 17 minutes on the grid of this year’s Hungarian GP, Red Bull Racing’s Originals tell the remarkable story of the Team’s rise from 2005 F1 rebels to Grand Prix greats across 16 seasons of intense, exhilarating competition.

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