F1's current champion team reveals its new RB7 in Valencia
1 February 2011

Formula One world champion Red Bull has revealed its new RB7 in Valencia.

The Austrian team took both titles in F1 last year with its Adrian Newey-design RB6 and will seek to defend the titles with drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber.

See the first pics of the new Red Bull RB7

The RB7 has a higher nose than the RB6 and a different rear wing design to accommodate the flexible wing ruling introduced for the 2011 season.

Vettel will be the first Red Bull driver behind the wheel of the RB7 this morning in Valencia, in the first of F1’s official winter tests.

The RB6 won nine of the 19 races in 2010 and 15 pole positions.

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