Who drove for Red Bull in 2011?

Who drove for Red Bull in 2011?

Teams and drivers

Entrant Constructor Race Drivers
Red Bull Racing Red Bull Racing-Renault Mark Webber
Vodafone McLaren Mercedes McLaren-Mercedes Lewis Hamilton
Jenson Button
Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari Fernando Alonso

Who are the Red Bull F1 drivers?

Red Bull Racing

2021 Formula One World Championship
Race drivers 11. Sergio Pérez 33. Max Verstappen
Test drivers 23. Alex Albon
Chassis RB16B
Engine Honda RA621H

What engine did Red Bull use in 2011?

Red Bull RB7

Technical specifications
Engine Renault RS27-2011 2,400 cc (146.5 cu in) 90° V8, limited to 18,000 RPM with KERS naturally aspirated mid-mounted
Transmission Seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox with reverse gear Hydraulic system for power shift and clutch operation
Weight 640 kg (1,411 lb) (including driver)

Who has raced for Red Bull?

Red Bull Racing

Red Bull
Noted Staff Adrian Newey Christian Horner Helmut Marko
Noted Drivers David Coulthard Sebastian Vettel Mark Webber
Previous Name Jaguar Racing
Formula One World Championship

What engine does Red Bull use 2021?

Following Honda’s decision to quit F1 at the end of the 2021 season, Red Bull announced in February that it would be forming Red Bull Powertrains, taking on the IP of the existing Honda power units and bringing its production in house.

Who are the Red Bull Formula 1 drivers?

Here is a complete list of drivers who raced for Red Bull in the Formula 1 world championship.

Who are the top 5 Formula 1 drivers for 2011?

2011 Driver Standings Pos Driver Nationality Car PTS 1 Sebastian Vettel VET GER Red Bull Racing Renault 392 2 Jenson Button BUT GBR McLaren Mercedes 270 3 Mark Webber WEB AUS Red Bull Racing Renault 258 4 Fernando Alonso ALO ESP Ferrari 257

How many Grand Prix wins does Red Bull Racing have?

In its 15 years in Formula 1, Red Bull has amassed four World titles, four Constructors’ and 64 grand prix wins. From the ashes of Stewart Grand Prix and Jaguar Racing rose Red Bull Racing.

Who is the owner of Red Bull Racing?

Bought by Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz, Red Bull Racing made its official debut in 2005, finishing seventh in its first two seasons running first a Cosworth and then a Ferrari engine. In 2007 the Milton Keynes squad swapped to Renault power, heralding the beginning of a very successful and then extremely acrimonious relationship.