F1 » New RB9 looks to extend Red Bull purple patch

Red Bull have rolled out their new RB9 car, which they hope will deliver another brace of titles to the team in 2013 in the driver and constructor championships.

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ricmcl - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 4:15 PM

The car that will be on the grid in Melbourne will bear little resemblance to what they are showing here. Probably 10 different front wings etc, etc.

James - Unregistered

February 03, 2013 7:48 PM

I'd love to know what Sebastian eats for breakfast. Probably Red Bull cereal, shaped like little RB6/7/8s, a can of Red Bull served at championship winning controlled temperature of 7 degrees, from an RB cooler. Then he showers in Red Bull, and sleeps in an Adrian Newey designed blanket. Admittedly, some of these things he posted in 2011.

JJJ - Unregistered

February 04, 2013 2:29 AM

Livery looks garish but I've always found that to be true about the RBR livery, I wish they'd go to the mid 90s Sauber livery with Red Bull sponsoring which looked a lot cleaner (the dark blue one).

That said I think this sparkling skittles promotion is going to look pretty modern and cool under the lights at Singapore and Abu Dhabi which is probably what they had in mind...at Spa, Suzuka or Silverstone though...not so much.

RickyP - Unregistered

February 04, 2013 4:01 PM

I think the point was that just because Sebastian has a Twitter account and he took a photo of his car, doesn't mean he'll be posting photos of it. Until he gets say so from the team at least.

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