Higher, faster, more bullish: Red Bull World of Racing

Good preparation? That's the key in Formula 1 - even when watching, of course. Suppose you want to be perfectly prepared to watch the race in Monaco next weekend. In that case, you can go to the Technik Museum Sinsheim tomorrow: there you can now visit the »Red Bull World of Racing«, which is all about the motorsport activities of the »Red Bulls«.
Text Alfred Rzyski
Photo Technik Museum Sinsheim

Red Bull are world champions and fast - which the team around Max Verstappen wants to prove at the Formula 1 race in Monaco this weekend. Meanwhile, the red-blue team has already secured another pole position: that in the race for the best motorsport exhibition in Europe. How does that work? With the »Red Bull World of Racing« in the Sinsheim Museum of Technology, which reopens tomorrow. In addition to the usual permanent exhibition, interested visitors will now also find a lot of information and exhibits on the motorsport activities of the »Red Bulls«. In concrete terms: In addition to Sebastian Vettel's Formula 1 World Champion car from 2013, the exhibits also include aerobatic machines from the former Red Bull Air Race, off-road vehicles from the Dakar Rally, or DTM bolides.

Also on site: Motorbikes from the MotoGP circuit world championship, snowmobiles, and the motocross machine of the 2019 enduro world champion, Manuel Lettenbichler. Incidentally, the exhibition was opened in style without an audience and already a while ago - when Red Bull athlete Adrian Guggemos spectacularly rode, jumped, flipped through the exhibits displayed on 3000 square meters on his trail motorbike - and praised the collection: »I definitely like the variety here. There's a snowmobile, something from the Dakar Rally, Formula 1 cars. It's just awesome to see it all combined together in one room.« Art is also involved, thanks to the young German talent: Guggemoos »signed« with one of his tire tracks before the trail bike itself went into the exhibition.

Visitors will find the »Red Bull World of Racing« in Hall 3 of the Technik Museum Sinsheim. The exhibition is open every day from 9 am. The museum itself is open to visitors by appointment, and admission requires at least a negative Covid 19 test.

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