Red Bull Running Showcar Feed
Da Costa heads for the coast in Durban Jun 9, 2013
Following Mark Webber’s lap record-breaking appearance in an RB7 at Sydney Motorsport Park’s Top Gear Festival earlier this year, Red Bull Racing will once again team up with the TV programme’s...
Seb speeds around Berlin Nov 27, 2010
Our very own World Champion had his very own racetrack all to himself today – in the middle of Germany’s capital city…
Dan makes his Showcar debut Down Under Nov 27, 2010
Daniel Ricciardo warmed up for his appearance at Perth’s inaugural Festival of Speed with his first-ever show run…
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- The Red Bull F1 Running Showcar is back again in 2010 to take Formula One onto the streets of cities throughout the world. A full-spec car will once again be travelling to countries where there are no F1 races, to provide fans with a first hand encounter of the F1 experience. All the things that make this sport great, the speed, excitement, noise and thrills made their first stop in Naples, Italy back in April, when over 40,000 Italian fans turned out in force to see the afternoon opened by Chris Pfeiffer. The German four-time world stunt champion wowed the crowds with his incredible, gravity-defying motorcycle stunts. Australian Mark Webber and Swiss Sébastien Buemi were the Red Bull F1 drivers who tore up the streets, reaching speeds of 256kph along the 1.2km strip from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza Vittori. Next up Red Bull's Jaime Alguersuari wowed over 200,000 spectators in Santo Domingo. In fact the Dominican Republic were so impressed with the young Toro Rosso driver that he was even made a distinguished guest of the city of Santo Domingo by the city's council. The tour then surged on through The Goodwood Festival of Speed, marked with the presence of some of the biggest names of the racing world including Brits Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, as well as other contemporary heroes of the sport. Heppenheim, Germany then savoured a fantastic display before moving on to Lituania. The next and final set of fans lucky enough to get up close and personal with F1 will be the Polish, as the Red Bull Running Showcar tour comes to an end.