Last year, the previous version RB5 could have gave Brawn GP a run-in to the title if the car had been more consistent as it started to come around towards the second half of the season when Sebastien Vettel, their driver could have just pipped Jenson Button for the title but the Briton held on to clinch the world champion trophy.

Red Bull said that they will improve from last year’s good run of success and the RB6 is to ‘evolve’ from the RB5 which has an enhanced V-nose design upfront and the shark fins engine used mostly by other teams as well. The engine, powered by Renault would also come with other changes on its rear and it surely is roaring to go.

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