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Infiniti Red Bull Racing comes to Hyderabad with David Coulthard

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This will be the first edition of Infiniti Red Bull Racing Hyderabad, 5th March, 2015: For the first time ever, Hyderabad will play host to the In ...

This will be the first edition of Infiniti Red Bull Racing

Hyderabad, 5th March, 2015: For the first time ever, Hyderabad will play host to the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team who are bringing their Formula One car to Hyderabad for the Red Bull F1 Showrun.  On the 5th of April at the Hussain Sagar Lake, driving the car will be 13-time Grand Prix winner, David Coulthard. 

After a long period of Indian audiences missing out on seeing any F1 action in the country, 4 time championship winning team – Infiniti Red Bull Racing – will touch down on Indian soil and for the first time in Hyderabad. In 2011, the team had set a world record by driving on the highest motorable road in Khardung-la, Kashmir. The same year, Daniel Ricciardo drove the car down the iconic boulevard of Rajpath in Delhi, while veteran David Coulthard had earlier taken the car for a spin on the Sea Link in Mumbai in 2009. 

Here’s where all the action will unfold: 

Date: April 5, 2015

Venue: Hussain Sagar Lake, Hyderabad

What is Red Bull F1 Showrun?

A showrun gives fans a chance to witness the Formula One car up close and personal. Infiniti Red Bull Racing has taken the car to various locations across the world – from the icy terrain of Quebec, Canada, to the beaches of Santo Domingo, and the streets of London – in a spectacular demonstration of the car’s prowess.

About David Coulthard:

After distinguished careers in British junior Formula Ford and British Formula 3 Championships, David Coulthard took to Formula One in 1993 with Williams. He then moved to McLaren in 1997 and subsequently to Infiniti Red Bull Racing in 2005. He won 13 grand prixs, all in cars designed by Adrian Newey, and appeared on the podium 62 times. Following his retirement in 2008, he continued to work with Red Bull as an ambassador, a position he holds till today.


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