Records held by Red Bull in Formula 1
Red Bull made their debut in Formula 1 in the year 2005. They are relatively still a new team on the circuit. Since 2009, Red Bull saw a surge in terms of performances and have kept a consistent run going. Considered to be a top team, Red Bull have scripted some brilliant records over the years. Here's more.
During the British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 2019, the Red Bull pit crew managed to change all four tyres on Pierre Gasly's RB15 in just 1.91s. That helped them shave off 0.01s off the previous best pit stop time, held jointly alongside Williams.
Red Bull have won a total of four Constructors Championships (2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013). Sebastian Vettel went on to dominate the circuit for Red Bull during this phase and he sealed four successive Drivers Championships as well. Red Bull's 650 Championship points in 2011 sees them being sixth in the table. In terms of fastest laps, Red Bull are sixth (65).
Red Bull are sixth in terms of setting the most poles in F1 (61). They have the joint-second highest record for the most pole positions in a season (18). Red Bull are fifth in terms of most consecutive pole positions (16). They are sixth in terms of total podium finishes (166). They are the joint-sixth highest in terms of consecutive podiums (19).
In terms of most wins in a season, Red Bull's tally is 13. When it comes to most consecutive race wins, Red Bull's tally is nine. Red Bull have a joint-third best record for the most Successive Championships (4). Red Bull's Max Verstappen (18 years and 227 days) is the youngest ever to win an F1 race. He achieved it in 2016 Spanish GP.