Red Bull

Red Bull Racing is an Austrian Formula One racing team, competing in the 2024 Formula 1 World Championship.
Base:Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom
Founder:Dietrich Mateschitz
Team Principal:Christian Horner
First F1 Race:2005 Australian Grand Prix
Constructors' Championships:6
Drivers' Championships:7
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Red Bull Racing, which is currently competing as the Oracle Red Bull Racing but mostly known as Red Bull, is a Formula 1 team that races under an Austrian license. Still, it's based in Milton Keynes, England, in the United Kingdom.
Although Red Bull didn't enter the Formula One world officially until the 21st century, already in the 1990s, the company's logos appeared on the liveries of F1 teams, and the chance for the team to enter the World Championship came in 2004 when Ford decided to sell their Jaguar Racing team.
The team first entered the Formula One World Championship in 2005. It was founded by Red Bull's co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz, and since the team's inception in 2005, Christian Horner has served as the team principal.
In their first season in F1, Red Bull used Cosworth engines, but they switched to Ferrari in 2006, before a long spell with Renault, which lasted from 2007 until 2018, when the Austrian team started using Honda's engines.
The team's first significant success came in 2010, when Sebastian Vettel won his maiden World Drivers' Championship, and Red Bull won their first World Constructors' Championship.
That dominance continued in the years to come, as Red Bull managed to win four consecutive World Drivers' and Constructors' Championships, before Mercedes ended their dominance for nearly a decade.
But in 2021, the team had a reason to be happy again, and even though their efforts weren't sufficient to win the World Constructors' Championship, their driver, Max Verstappen, won the World Drivers' Championship, ending an eight-year title drought.
Already in the following season, Red Bull Racing won both the World Constructors' Championship and the World Drivers' Championship, which Max Verstappen once again won, and it seemingly started an era of dominance for the Austrian team. In 2023, Red Bull again managed to win both the Constructors' and Drivers' Championship.