Check out Red Bull's epic new home - the 'Holzhaus'!
For many years, Red Bull and Toro Rosso have been housed at the 'Energy Station' in European races, frankly putting their rivals motorhomes to shame. But now Red Bull have upped the game once again, with a new home to be introduced in Barcelona this weekend.
The old energy station, which featured the legendary pool that many were pushed, or jumped/belly flopped into after Red Bull triumphs.
The new one looks utterly insane. Made of Austrian wood – hence 'Holzhaus' (wooden house) – the new base is even bigger than its monstrous predecessor, with a floorspace of more than a kilometre square.
"At the 2005 San Marino Grand Prix, Red Bull changed the game with the introduction of its Energy Station," team principal Christian Horner said.
"Over the last 14 seasons, the Energy Station has undergone several transformations, moving with the times, first to accommodate two F1 teams after the arrival of Toro Rosso, and then with a series of upgrades to better meet our changing requirements.
"This week, we're changing the game again with the unveiling of the new Energy Station, better known in Austria as the Holzhaus.
"It's a sustainable structure that brings a touch of the Styrian Alps to the F1 paddock, having been designed to meet the current and future needs of ourselves and Toro Rosso. If it sees half as much drama as the old Energy Station, it will be doing well!"
As you'll surely agree, the new place looks insane, as you can see below!
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