Oracle Red Bull Racing – Taking art & high performance to the next level with Automobilist

Oracle Red Bull Racing – Taking art & high performance to the next level with Automobilist
Oracle Red Bull Racing officially licensed artworks created by Automobilist to be available on Automobilist’s Formula One Print Store

During the week of the Austrian Grand Prix – where Oracle Red Bull Racing will be competing at home – Automobilist is launching a collection of five posters to celebrate the way the Team has managed to establish itself amongst a competitive field.

About The Collection

The stunning range of posters include artworks of the Oracle Red Bull Racing team, the Austrian Grand Prix 2022, one poster of Sergio Perez (season 2022), and two posters of Max Verstappen (one Limited Edition for season 2022 and another Collector’s Edition celebrating the current F1 Drivers’ World Champion).

Each original artwork took hundreds of hours to produce and is the result of a very thorough creative process involving research, concept, 3D modelling, and many other stages. It was a labour of love, and we hope this exclusive and rare motorist art brightens your walls for years to come.

Red Bull Ring, the circuit reinvigorated for an F1 return by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz

Most F1 teams have a home grand prix, but Oracle Red Bull Racing goes further: Red Bull own Austria’s Red Bull Ring. This ownership stems from Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz’s love of motorsport, who acquired the former Österreichring in 2004. Aside from providing essential upgrades to the outdated circuit, Dietrich invested in the infrastructure surrounding the venue, helping local hotels and restaurants. 

The circuit was eventually restored to the F1 calendar in 2014 and has since hosted 10 Grands Prix under two different guises, with Max scoring four wins for the Team at its own circuit.

With the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring on the immediate horizon, Automobilist now dedicates a brand-new poster to the event itself, and another to the Oracle Red Bull Racing team, limited to 2022 copies.

Max Verstappen, F1’s Newest Champion

Max has been affiliated with Oracle Red Bull Racing for almost a decade, jumping from karts to F1 in the space of a year, becoming the Championship’s youngest racer aged 17, driving for Toro Rosso, now Alpha Tauri. By 18, Max was a race winner, seeing the chequered flag fall in Spain, and since then he has continued to show his natural driving ability.

In 2021 Max’s patience on the F1 circuit was rewarded, as he prevailed on the final lap of the final race to secure his maiden World Title. Still only 24, Max has established himself as the man to beat across F1’s next generation and has the time and potential to threaten records that once appeared unbeatable.

In celebration of the reigning F1 World Champion and current leader in the Drivers’ standings, Automobilist has launched two stunning posters in honour of Max, one a Collector’s Edition of 2000 copies celebrating his current F1 champion status, the other a Limited Edition of 4000 copies for the current 2022 season.

Sergio 'Checo' Perez, the mature racer and fighter

Checo has established himself as a talented and consistent racer across a career spanning, over 10 years, in F1. The Mexican claimed his maiden victory in 2020, with a drive fitting of his career, quick, consistent and leaving everything on the track having come from the back of the field. Checo played a crucial role in the Team’s 2021 success and is currently second in the Drivers’ Championship, having won the historic Monaco Grand Prix earlier this season. With Oracle Red Bull Racing, Checo is at home, embodying everything the Team is about.

Automobilist now launches an original poster dedicated to Checo for the 2022 season, which will be limited to 4000 copies.

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