Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

Aston Martin Red Bull Racing
Bradbourne Drive
Tilbrook
Milton Keynes
MK7 8BJ

About

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Red Bull Racing came into existence late in 2004 with ambitions to challenge for grand prix victories and world championship titles – but this is not the work of a moment and at the time the team had neither the facilities nor the depth of experience to challenge the best in the business. Under the guidance of team principal Christian Horner, himself new to F1, that was to change.

Over the next four seasons solid foundations were laid on which later success was built. The team recruited in both quantity and quality, steadily expanding in numbers until it was capable of going toe-to-toe with the most illustrious names in racing. Many of those recruited came with proven championship-winning pedigree – but the growing team wasn’t looking solely outward, it also promoted from within: Red Bull Racing was a young team in every sense.

Company profile type: 
Employer
Company size: 
251-1000 employees
Industry: 
Automotive, Manufacturing, Sports and Physical Recreation
Wanted occupational fields: 
Construction, Executive positions, I.T. & Communications, Project Management, Science & Technology
Wanted field of studies: 
Computer science / IT, Mechanical engineering, Mechatronics / Automation

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FAQ: 

When did Red Bull start?
Red Bull GmbH was founded in 1984
Are Red Bull and Toro Rosso the same team?
Both Red Bull Racing & Scuderia Toro Rosso are owned by the same parent company - Red Bull. Thus, they are formally sister teams. ... Until 2009 when customer chassis were banned, both would use the same chassis (designed by Red Bull Technology) and thus had practically the same car.
Does Red Bull use Aston Martin engines?
Preceding the 2018 French Grand Prix Red Bull Racing confirmed they are to use Honda power units from 2019 to 2020, signing a two-year deal. This would not affect the team name, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, of course the FIA adds the [engine] manufacturer name.
How much does Red Bull spend on F1 Racing?
Red Bull F1 Investment Accelerates 17.5% To A Record $220 Million. Red Bull has revealed that it boosted its spending on its Formula One teams by 17.5% to a record $223.8 million in 2017 driven by a surge in driver salaries, payments for its 1.6-liter engines and the introduction of costly new regulations.

Contact: 

Christian Horner
Christian Horner 
Recruiter

Company Locations

Address information

Bradbourne Drive
Tilbrook
Milton Keynes
MK7 8BJ

Company Benefits: 

Dental Insurance
Free lunch
Medical Insurance
On site fitness facility
Paid long term disability