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Built to retain Oracle Red Bull Racing both the World Drivers’ and World Constructors’ titles for the first time in a decade, the RB19 is Milton Keynes’ competitor for the 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship. Driven by the reigning World Champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez, teammates for the third consecutive season, the RB19 is already on the march to another title double, with Oracle Red Bull Racing scoring more than twice the points of their closest competitors.
The RB19 is an evolution of the dominant RB18 that won seventeen of the twenty-two races in the previous season. Designed by Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey, there were already several unique features on the RB18 which have been retained by the RB19, notably the greater curvature of its tunnel roof and the extreme angle of its front suspension’s anti-dive geometry. The 2023 season car has also retained the extreme angle of anti-dive in the front suspension, as well as having increased levels of anti-squat in the rear suspension, achieved by mounting the rearmost top wishbone link even higher than before, to a structure above that of the gearbox to which it was previously attached. Those three features – the curved tunnel roof, the extreme anti-dive front and anti-squat rear suspensions – and the way they all work in conjunction, are likely very closely linked to the team’s great performance in the new era of regulations. The RB19 is also gaining significant advantages when using DRS, even more so than its predecessor.
As of the summer break, the Oracle Red Bull Racing RB19 has won all twelve races it has competed in, with a further seven podiums, nine pole positions and eight fastest laps, scoring 503 World Championship points. Max Verstappen has won ten of those races, finishing second only to Sergio Pérez in the other two races. The RB19 is already the most dominant car in Formula 1 history playing a key role in the Oracle Red Bull Racing’s record-setting thirteenth consecutive win at the Belgian Grand Prix, breaking McLaren’s twelve race winning streak in since 1988.
This fine 1:12 scale model of the Oracle Red Bull Racing RB19 Nosecone, as raced by Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez during the 2023 FIA Formula One World Championship season, has been handcrafted and finished in our workshops utilising the original CAD data, finishes and paint codes supplied directly by Oracle Red Bull Racing. The completed prototype has undergone detailed scrutiny at the hands of the Oracle Red Bull Racing’s design and engineering departments to ensure complete accuracy of representation.
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