Infiniti Red Bull Racing has released the third installment of their "Making of an F1 Car" series that unveils what it takes to develop an F1 single-seater from concept to build.
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The third episode in the series is called “Manufacturing” and “reveals the process the team uses to construct actual pieces of the car”. And by pieces they mean 6,500 unique parts with 100,000 different components, because that’s what the RB9 racer is made out of.
“Manufacturing” will be followed shorty by the fourth and last video of the series, which will show how the assembly process of the car itself takes place at Red Bull’s assembly bays in Milton Keynes, UK.
As a reminder, Red Bull Racing has won the last three Formula One manufacturers’ championships with Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber as its main drivers. The German driver was crown world champion three times in a row.
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