After Red Bull’s triumphant victory in the Constructors’ Championship, the Formula 1 world watched in awe as they celebrated in style, taking their revelry all the way to Tokyo. Team principal Christian Horner, the mastermind behind their recent success, generously shared a glimpse of the festivities that unfolded, and it was nothing short of spectacular. But the icing on the cake? An unexpected musical performance that showcased the hidden talents within the Red Bull crew.
1. Red Bull’s Sixth Constructors’ Championship: Red Bull’s latest achievement marks a historic milestone in the world of Formula 1. With their sixth Constructors’ Championship win, they have etched their name in the annals of F1 history. This season has been nothing short of dominance, leaving fans and competitors alike in sheer admiration.
2. Verstappen’s Quest for a Third Drivers’ Title: Max Verstappen, the prodigious talent behind the wheel of the Red Bull machine, is well on his way to securing his third consecutive drivers’ title. The upcoming Qatar Grand Prix holds the promise of him achieving this remarkable feat. With only one distant contender left in the rearview mirror, Verstappen’s reign seems imminent.
3. Oasis’ “Wonderwall” Rendition: Amidst all the glory and champagne showers, the Red Bull team surprised everyone with an impromptu musical performance. Oasis’ iconic hit “Wonderwall” echoed through the Tokyo night, courtesy of the Red Bull crew. It was a delightful revelation of their hidden musical talents and added an extra layer of charm to their celebrations.
Christian Horner, the man who orchestrated Red Bull’s ascent to greatness, recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Sky Sports’ Craig Slater. This conversation provided insights into the team’s journey and aspirations.
Max Verstappen, the driving force behind Red Bull’s success, is poised to clinch his third drivers’ title at the upcoming Qatar Grand Prix. The momentous occasion could come as early as the 19-lap Sprint on Saturday, October 7. In an intriguing twist, the only other driver with a mathematical chance, albeit a slim one, to challenge Verstappen is none other than his teammate, Sergio Perez.
“We’ve got an incredible team and you’ve always got to celebrate success and enjoy special moments together as a team.
“We’ve got a few musicians that we didn’t know about in the team, and everybody [was] getting involved.”
Yet, it’s not just about the championship. It’s also about celebrating success in a way only Red Bull knows how. Christian Horner shared a glimpse of their Tokyo escapades via his Instagram account. In the video he posted, you can witness the sheer joy and camaraderie as team members passionately sing along to the timeless melody of “Wonderwall” by Oasis.
“This year has been the most amazing season and I’m sure we’ll have a good party at the end of it where we can get the whole team together. Yesterday we got everybody together in this room [at their factory] to celebrate that Constructors’ Championship.”