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Red Bull celebrates F1 championships in Milton Keyes

Hometown celebration for F1's best team
Saturday, December 10, 2011

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Approximately 60,000 spectators turned out in Milton Keynes today to see Formula One World Champion Sebastian Vettel and seven-times GP winner Mark Webber drive their Red Bull Racing cars on the city’s streets. The duo were joined by Team Principal Christian Horner, who had just returned from the FIA Awards in India with Mark and Seb, and Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey. 

As the team celebrated its double World Champion success, they were joined by David Coulthard, who drove a NASCAR, Red Bull stunt rider Chris Pfeiffer and F1 presenter Jake Humphrey. Starting at 1230hrs and concluding at 1500hrs, the Red Bull Racing Home Run event was arranged to say thank you to Red Bull Racing’s staff and their families and the local community. 

After the event Mark Webber commented: “It was something special to drive the car in Milton Keynes today in front of all the fans. The location was close to the factory and I live pretty locally too, so it was nice to give something back to the community. I know some of the roundabouts on the course from driving my road car, so it was something different to drive them in an F1 car! It was a nice atmosphere, the sun was shining and it was good for everyone to get close to the cars. It’s a great thing that Red Bull has done to say thank you to the fans.” 

Sebastian Vettel added: “It’s great to be here in Milton Keynes which is where the cars are built and everyone from the factory works. It’s nice to say thank you and to see all the fans from the area. It was good fun; we did some donuts and enjoyed ourselves out there. Thanks to all the fans that came today, we wanted to put on a great show, so I hope they enjoyed it. It’s a great way to finish the season.” 

Christian Horner said: “To run an F1 car through the middle of Milton Keynes was fantastic, so many of our workforce are local and it’s great to see so many fans here. It’s flattering to have so many people turn out to celebrate what we have achieved. Without the fans, there’s no Formula One and no Red Bull, so it’s good to give something back and celebrate our double World Championship like this. I would like to say a huge thank you to Milton Keynes Council for what they have done for us. Closing the middle of the city on one if their busiest shopping days is highly appreciated, so a huge thank you to them for all their efforts.”

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