/Red Bull Racing Celebrates Title on Burj Al Arab Helipad

Red Bull Racing Celebrates Title on Burj Al Arab Helipad

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Now that the fourth Drivers’ and Constructors’ World Championship titles are in the bag, Red Bull Racing is going to commercially milk the bugger until it’s dry. You probably saw Vettel’s outta control donuts after his victory. Well, that inspired Red Bull for this rather interesting gig.

They sent their stunt driver, former F1 star David Coulthard, and a Red Bull Racing car to Dubai, just to do some celebratory donuts on top of the Burj Al Arab Helipad. This play has hosted some of the biggest names in sports; including Tiger Woods, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer. But this stunt was definitely the most extreme:

Vettel was indeed fined by FIA for those donuts, so this is Red Bull getting back at the officials, saying you can’t stop us celebrating here! This year’s title may very well be Vettel’s and Red Bull’s last. Many believe it is their superior car that let them win so easily, and since next year things are going to change fundamentally, they may not have the same opportunity.

“That was a lot of fun,” said Coulthard after the run. “When Red Bull first suggested the idea to me I said ‘why not?’. I like getting involved with anything that pushes the boundaries and it’s what Red Bull stands for. I think this will produce fantastic, iconic shots in an amazing town and I’m really privileged to be part of it.”

Her Excellency Laila Mohammed Suhail, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment, commented: “There could be no better way to both celebrate Red Bull’s recent win of the Formula One World Championship. Once again, images of one of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks will capture the imaginations of future visitors.”


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