An Evening with Christian Horner and David Coulthard – a 2022 Season Review

Join us for an exclusive evening with Oracle Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner and former F1 driver, David Coulthard.

Wednesday 7th December 2022

Join us for an exclusive evening with Oracle Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner and former F1 driver, David Coulthard.

Join us on Wednesday 7th December for an evening of anecdotes from the Formula One paddock with Oracle Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner, compered by former F1 driver and TV presenter, David Coulthard.

David will delve deep and unearth Christian’s behind the scenes insight into the 2022 F1 season, the Team’s drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez, plus his hopes for the future of the sport. Christian and David have shared over a decade in Formula One together and have an abundance of fascinating stories to share with the audience.

During the evening we will be auctioning some very special Oracle Red Bull Racing items in aid of Wings For Life. These items include signed 2022 Max & Checo race boots & gloves, a tour of our Technology Campus plus a 2011 David Coulthard race suit which we would like him to model himself, plus much more. The question is, can David still fit in his suit…..

The event begins with a drinks and canape reception at 7pm before the audience moves into the Team’s vibrant new event space MK-7 for the main event. Guests will be seated in style amongst our fleet of F1 cars, from the RB1 to the RB16B (Max’s 2021 Drivers’ Championship winning car!). So, if you’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with our championship-winning challengers, now is your chance.

A question and answer session will conclude the evening, where both Christian and David will be available for questions from the floor.

Red Bull Racing will donate all profits to Wings for Life UK Spinal Cord Research Foundation, registered charity no: 1138804

Wings for Life is dedicated to finding a cure for spinal cord injury. They fund world class scientific research and clinical trials around the globe aimed at finding this cure. Scientists agree: injured neurons can regenerate and spinal cord injury will be curable one day. Since 2004, Wings for Life has funded 274 international research projects at well-respected institutes such as the University of Cambridge (UK), Harvard Medical School (USA), and Charité Berlin (Germany). The developments that have been demonstrated so far provide strong hope that treatment options are closer than they have ever been. However, intensive research work will be needed before a breakthrough in human medicine can be achieved.

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