Red Bull, title sponsor of the United States Grand Prix and Indianapolis, is also the title sponsor of Stefan bradl, who plays for the LCR team, famous for a sponsorship strategy very different from the rest, changing colors throughout the season. Taking advantage of the willingness to change the design, Red bull he wanted to go a little further in his collaboration with the German rider.
Thus the huge Austrian company has given a touch of color and distinction to its standard bearer of the queen category. And the truth, although the sponsorship is only for this test, is that the arrival of large companies such as energy drink only has positive effects in a championship in which the teams beg from door to door to be able to finish a season in good conditions..
The red bull appears again on the fairing of a MotoGP, recalling the times when the great Gary McCoy he drove that 500cc two-stroke Yamaha like no one else. We hope that Stefan, sixth overall being the third best Honda, can put on a bit of a show.
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