Fantastic 50 – Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s key wins

We look back at the team’s milestone victories after they notched up their 50th win at Spa.
By Tom Bellingham
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1st win – 2009 Chinese Grand Prix
2009 Chinese Grand Prix victory Red Bull Racing
1st win – 2009 Chinese Grand Prix What better way to get your first win than a one-two finish? That’s exactly what the team did at Shanghai in 2009, as Sebastian Vettel led Mark Webber home in appalling conditions. The weather couldn’t dampen Red Bull Racing’s spirits though! © Vladimir Rys/Bongarts/Getty Images
10th win – 2010 European Grand Prix
2010 European Grand Prix victory Red Bull Racing
10th win – 2010 European Grand Prix By their 10th win, Red Bull Racing were the team to beat and after their first championship. In Valencia, Sebastian Vettel took a lights-to-flag win, but the race was remembered for Mark Webber’s miracle escape, after he was launched into the air in a collision with Heikki Kovalainen. © Mark Thompson/Getty Images
20th win – 2011 Spanish Grand Prix
2011 Spanish Grand Prix victory Red Bull Racing
20th win – 2011 Spanish Grand Prix By the 2011 Spanish Grand Prix, Red Bull Racing were world champions, having won both the drivers’ and the constructors’ titles in 2010. In the race, Vettel continued his near perfect start to the season, with his fourth win in the first five races. © Paul Gilham/Getty Images
30th win – 2012 British Grand Prix
2012 British Grand Prix victory Red Bull Racing
30th win – 2012 British Grand Prix The team’s 30th win came just a few miles from the factory, at Silverstone. Mark Webber had a race-long battle with Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and overtook the Spaniard with just three laps to go to take his second British Grand Prix victory. © Clive Mason/Getty Images
40th win – 2013 Italian Grand Prix
2013 Italian Grand Prix victory Red Bull Racing
40th win – 2013 Italian Grand Prix Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s 40th win came at Monza and helped Sebastian Vettel and the team towards their fourth title. Vettel’s win was also the second victory in his record-breaking run, where the German notched an incredible nine consecutive wins. © Clive Mason/Getty Images
50th win – 2014 Belgian Grand Prix
2014 Belgian Grand Prix victory Red Bull Racing
50th win – 2014 Belgian Grand Prix 2014 may not have been the dominant display people had grown used to but it hasn’t stopped the team from taking a number of race wins at the hands of Daniel Ricciardo. The win in Spa was the Aussie’s third of his career and Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s 50th. © Dan Istitene/Getty Images