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KTM 450 Rally Cyril Despres

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KTM 450 Rally Cyril Despres
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KTM 450 Rally Cyril Despres

Between 2001 and 2013 KTM was able to win the infamous Dakar Rally twelve times in succession. With 5 overall victories to his name, Cyril Depres has been the most successful rider aboard a KTM.

A change to the rules forced the engineers from Mattighofen to develop the current rally bike – the KTM 450 Rally. In 2013 Despres rode it to victory.

Ryan Dungey's bike, the 450 SX-F

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Ryan Dungey's bike, the 450 SX-F
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Ryan Dungey's bike, the 450 SX-F

Ryan Dungey was able to rack up many successes on this bike during the “AMA Supercross 450” season.

With 3rd place in the overall standings and numerous podium finishes in 2012, Ryan had an outstanding season - in spite of missing a number of race weekends due to injury - and rode to the overall title in the 450MX class in the outdoor championship.

Red Bull X2010 S. Vettel

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Red Bull X2010 S. Vettel
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Red Bull X2010 S. Vettel

The dream of becoming the fastest racing car in the world was brought to life in the form of a collaboration between Polyphony Digital and Red Bull as part of “Gran Turismo 5” (PlayStation®3). The Red Bull X2010 S. Vettel prototype is an extreme racing car based on the fantastic vision of Polyphony Digital and the pen of Red Bull Racing aerodynamics genius Adrian Newey. They asked the question: “What would the fastest racing car in the world look like without any restrictions on its development?” 

Formula 1 star Sebastian Vettel completed the shakedown test ride of the racing car at Gran Turismo 5. In his first circuit of the Suzuka Circuit, he beat the track record by over 20 seconds. At a test ride on the Nürburgring Grand Prix track, he set a record time of one minute and 4 seconds – yet more proof of the unbelievable potential of the Red Bull X2010 S. Vettel prototype.

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Toyota Camry

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Toyota Camry
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Toyota Camry

Brian Vickers drove his way to 8th place in this car in the Bud Shootout at Daytona International Speedway on 10th February 2007. Every racing driver who started from pole position in the preceding year qualifies automatically for the Bud Shootout in February. Brian's pole in Texas 2006 secured him a place for the historic race in February.

The FB – Indy Car

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The FB – Indy Car
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The FB – Indy Car

In 1996, Eddie Cheever founded the Cheever Racing Team, which was sponsored by Red Bull for a time. Cheever himself drove for 30 years in Formula One, the Champ Car racing series and in the Indy Racing League. The drivers included Eddie Cheever Jr. and Tomas Scheckter.


Formula SAE

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Formula SAE
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Formula SAE

Formula SAE is an international design competition held annually at eight competition locations. This competition has been held in the United States for more than 20 years and, since 1998, in Europe as well. Students from more than 400 universities worldwide take part annually in this design competition.

The idea behind Formula Student is the supposition that a company has commissioned the student teams with construction of a prototype for hobby racers, which is designed for production of a thousand vehicles per year and to meet certain requirements. Accordingly, the competition is conceived in such a way that all aspects from design to cost calculation to practical suitability of the prototype are evaluated. In addition, the competition is divided into dynamic and static disciplines.

KTM 690 Rally Repsol

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KTM 690 Rally Repsol
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KTM 690 Rally Repsol

The requirement for the KTM 690 was not only that it should be easy to ride, but also easy to repair. Following three years of development, Marc Coma flogged this bike through the South American desert in 2009 and was able to sufficiently test all aspects - both riding and repairing - on the new route of the toughest rally in the world. The effort was certainly worth it in the end: Marc Coma succeeded in being crowned winner of Dakar 2009.

KTM 125cc Factory Bike

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KTM 125cc Factory Bike

The Finn, Mika Kallio, rode to four MotoGP 125cc victories and eight pole positions with this bike in 2005. After only two years of taking part in the 125cc MotoGP, the same year also saw KTM take the constructors' title.

Red Bull Yamaha 500

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Red Bull Yamaha 500

John Hopkins rode this Yamaha in 2002 - the last season in the history of the Red Bull Yamaha team. The team was victorious for the first time in 1999 at the Grand Prix of Valencia with Régis Laconi in the erstwhile 500cc class. Garry McCoy celebrated his breakthrough in the year 2000 with victory in the opening race in South Africa and managed to ride to another two wins and three third places during that season.

New exhibition object at Hangar-7

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Red Bull Racing RB8

The race car "Red Bull Racing RB8" for support of the Wings for Life Foundation.

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