Red Bull Racing loves taking things to the extreme and its latest video is one-of-a-kind.
The team took Formula 1’s youngest-ever driver, Max Verstappen, and put him behind the wheel of the Red Bull RB7 from the 2011 championship season to tear up and down a ski slope. The race car got a slight overhaul with a raised ride height, studded tires and snow chains for extra grip, resulting in the perfect mashup of machine and nature.
Over the years Red Bull has used numerous cars for promotional purposes, taking on the unsurfaced track at Circuit of the Americas, showing off on the helipad at the top of the Burj Al Arab in Dubai and has even taken part in a full pit stop at Parliament Square in London.
SEE ALSO: Infiniti Splits from Red Bull Racing
Last year, Nissan and Infiniti announced their split from Red Bull Racing after a successful campaign that not only saw Sebastian Vettel’s rise to fame, but four consecutive Formula 1 constructor and driver world championship titles between 2010 and 2013. Vettel left the team at the end of 2014 and rumor has it that Aston Martin is now working on a possible relationship with Red Bull Racing.
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