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Red Bull takes wraps off RB10

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28/01/2014

Infiniti Red Bull Racing has revealed the RB10, its challenger for the 2014season and first interpretation of F1's radical, new technical regulations.

Unveiled in the pit lane this morning at the Jerez Circuit ahead of the first day of testing, the RB10 is powered by the Renault Energy F1-2014.

"As a team we have enjoyed hard-fought success in recent years winning the last four Drivers' and Constructors' titles," said the team in a brief statement at the unveiling. "Now the game changes and due to the new regulations, the RB10 has little in common with its predecessors.

"We've loved the last nine seasons, our tenth starts here….

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1. Posted by White Lightning, 28/01/2014 10:44

"Looks better than most with the camouflaged nose.

Have the safety implications of these noses been fully explored? What happens when a car is T-boned or the nose catches a rear tyre or tyre wall? "

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