F1 » Red Bull may bid for US GP naming rights


Red Bull may be considering using the money it is set to save by pulling the plug on its NASCAR Sprint Cup team to increase its sponsorship of F1 in the United States.

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Boss B - Unregistered

June 22, 2011 9:54 AM

They Nascar operation flunked because they had a trained open wheel driver attempting to drive something he just wasn't prepared for.

They should have sponsored scott speed in Indycar and set hum up with a strong team...newman haas, KV racing, Dreyer and reinbold. They would have had better results since scott speed's talents were closer to indycar racing. Or simply buy out one of the penske or ganassi entries.

They just didn't put much thought into the US motorsport scene.

richard

June 22, 2011 10:42 AM

boss b. they got rid of scott speed, so why would they again sponsor him? rossi is, in my opinion, the american to watch.
redbull own the a1 ring which is now called the red bullring. i think that with the positie vibes coming from bernie, and his desire to keep red bull it the f1 circus, that we will see a race before too long, in austria.

Craig - Unregistered

June 22, 2011 11:00 AM

@ Nice Tea. I wasn't saying that they can't sponsor a race because they already own a circuit. I was replying to FrozenCandle's comment about how Red Bull should throw their weight behind the A1 Ring. And I merely stated that they had already done that.

Craig - Unregistered

June 22, 2011 8:57 PM

Ah I see...I obviously got confused then so! I don't understand why they want to sponsor Austin. They probably just want to stay in the American market

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