On 6-8 July at the British Grand Prix, both of Red Bull Racing’s Formula One cars will be covered in a collage of pictures in a campaign for the charity Wings for Life.
Formula One fans were invited to add their photos to Sebastian Vettel’s and Mark Webber’s cars by uploading their photos before 17 June. Unfortunately, the website is now closed for new uploads.
Red Bull Racing and Wings for Life would like to thank the thousands of people who uploaded their photos and made a generous donation to Wings for Life’s vital spinal cord injury research.
In total this campaign raised an incredible 1,000,000 Euros which will fund cutting-edge research projects around the globe aimed at repairing the injured spinal cord. This work will help Wings for Life progress towards their ambitious goal: a cure for spinal cord injury.
The Faces for Charity cars will be revealed at the British Grand Prix and all those who took part will be sent a special email after the race weekend including a photo of the cars.
Thank you for being part of our team and supporting this incredible cause. We’re looking forward to you all racing with us!
The specially branded RB8 displaying your photos can now be viewed at the Hangar-7 in Salzburg.
Sunday's race, and double podium, was extra special given that you, our fans got to race around the track with us, as part of the Faces for Charity livery.
Red Bull Racing drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber unveiled their Wings for Life cars today ahead of this weekend’s British Grand Prix. Both will drive their specially-branded RB8s, which each...