The RB7 takes to the track for the first time at the hands of the youngest-ever world champion, Sebastian Vettel.
Red Bull driver Mark Webber and the man who designed the RB7, Adrian Newey.
Vettel enters the office for the first time in 2011
Vettel exits the garage at Valencia
Vettel exits pit lane at Valencia
It's a completely different profile to 2010
Focused activity in the Red Bull garage
The driving position explained by Vettel.
The RB7 specifications
The RB7 changes explained by Newey
The 2011 RB7 steering wheel explained
The 2011 pit crew set-up
F1 kicked back into life earlier this week with the first official test of the season and the unveiling of most of the 2011 cars, the most significant of which was the Red Bull RB07 – the car that will defend both Sebastian Vettel's drivers title and the energy drink’s very own constructors championship. As is generally the case, Red Bull's public relations output topped the field, and many of the highly informative illustrations in the image gallery come directly from the Red Bull press materials - images explaining the new RB7 changes, the pit crew roles and responsibilities, the 2011 steering wheel, driving position ad infinitum.
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