In a statement, the lead of Red Bull's sim racing team, Joe Soltysik, said he is 'thrilled' with the merger.
"Teaming up with one of the most accomplished outfits in sim racing history is an opportunity we're thrilled to seize," he said. "I am exceptionally eager to explore the immense potential of our collaboration."
Team Redline director Atze Kerkohof also shared his excitement for the partnership.
"This marks an exhilarating new chapter for our team," he said. "Having already cultivated a strong relationship with Red Bull through Verstappen.com Racing, this venture felt like the logical progression.
"Team Redline eagerly embraces this new challenge and is eager to roll up our sleeves and get to work."
Verstappen, who is the founder of Redline, also competes as a driver for the team. It's no doubt that the Dutchman's connection to Red Bull has helped him solidify this deal with his successful sim racing venture.
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