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Red Bull to Celebrate 2011 Achievements with Milton Keynes Show Event

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The team are based in Milton Keynes - Photo Credit: Getty Images for Red Bull

The team are based in Milton Keynes - Photo Credit: Getty Images for Red Bull

 

The people of Milton Keynes will be in for a rare treat on Saturday 10th December as Red Bull put on a show run event to celebrate clinching the 2011 drivers’ and constructors’ championships.

Sebastian Vettel, Mark Webber, Christian Horner and Adrian Newey will all be in attendance for the show, which will take place along the full length of Midsummer Boulevard, only a short distance from the team’s factory.

The event, run in collaboration with Milton Keynes Council, will feature two F1 cars, driven by Vettel and Webber.

“It's great news to be able to go ahead with this event in Milton Keynes with both drivers and two cars,” said Horner. “It's been home for our factory since Red Bull entered Formula One in 2005 and we get excellent support from the city; it will be fantastic to be able to put on a show and give something back.

“I think most of the staff will be attending with their families, which I'm extremely pleased about. I'd like to thank the council for all their efforts and I'm looking forward to the event – it will be the first time we'll have two cars and both of our drivers at a running show car event, so it will be a great way to finish the year.”

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