Red Bull Racing RB15
|Constructor||Red Bull Racing|
|Designer(s)||Adrian Newey (Chief Technical Officer)|
Pierre Waché (Technical Director)
Rob Marshall (Chief Engineering Officer)
Dan Fallows (Head of Aerodynamics)
|Predecessor||Red Bull RB14|
|Successor||Red Bull RB16|
|Chassis||Carbon-epoxy composite structure designed by regulation and built in-house|
|Suspension (front)||Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon fibre composite double wishbones with pushrods, springs, anti-roll bar and dampers|
|Suspension (rear)||Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon fibre composite double wishbones with pullrods, springs, anti-roll bar and dampers|
|Length||5,400 mm (213 in)|
|Width||2,000 mm (79 in)|
|Height||950 mm (37 in) (excluding roll-hoop onboard T-camera)|
|Engine||Honda RA619H, 1.6 L (98 cu in) direct injection V6 turbocharged engine limited to 15,000 rpm in a mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive layout|
|Electric motor||Kinetic and thermal energy recovery systems|
|Transmission||Red Bull Technology 8-speed + 1 reverse sequential semi-automatic paddle shift with limited-slip differential|
|Battery||Honda lithium-ion batteries|
|Power||Over 950 hp (708 kW)|
|Weight||743 kg (1,638 lb) including driver and fuel|
|Brakes||Brembo carbon discs, Brembo 6-piston calipers and pads|
|Tyres||Pirelli P Zero (dry)|
Pirelli Cinturato (wet)
|Notable entrants||Aston Martin Red Bull Racing|
|Debut||2019 Australian Grand Prix|
|First win||2019 Austrian Grand Prix|
|Last win||2019 Brazilian Grand Prix|
|Last event||2019 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix|
The Red Bull RB15 is a Formula One racing car designed and constructed by Red Bull Racing to compete during the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship. The car was driven by Max Verstappen, Pierre Gasly and Alexander Albon. Pierre Gasly was originally meant to be driving the car for the entire season after moving from Toro Rosso to replace Daniel Ricciardo. However after the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix it was announced that Alexander Albon would be replacing Gasly for the remainder of the season. The RB15 is the first car built by Red Bull Racing with a Honda engine, and made its competitive début at the 2019 Australian Grand Prix. Max Verstappen's win at the 2019 Austrian Grand Prix made the RB15 the first Honda-powered car to achieve victory since Jenson Button won for Honda at the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix in the Honda RA106.
|2019 Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||4.381 km (2.722 mi)||Max Verstappen||1:17.103|||
Complete Formula One results
|2019||Aston Martin Red Bull Racing||Honda||P||Pierre Gasly||11||8||6F||Ret||6||5F||8||10||7||4||14†||6||417||3rd|
† Driver failed to finish the race, but was classified as they had completed over 90% of the winner's race distance.
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