Red Bull Racing Launch 2009 F1 Car Virtually

Australian Mark Webber's new ride for the 2009 F1 season has been unveiled virtually in a 3D video you can watch here, a day before the real launch

The Red Bull Racing F1 team has launched their 2009 challenger in a 3D video, more than 24 hours before the physical launch of the car. With arguably the most significant changes to the cars in the history of Formula 1 taking place this year, the team has put together this video that explains the changes. Narrated by the team's new recruit, German Sebastian Vettel (who became the youngest ever F1 winner last year), the video literally transforms the 2008 car into the 2009 one so you can see all the changes that have taken place and understand the effect they will have.

Australian Mark Webber will start his third season for the Red Bull Racing team this year as lead driver. He'll be hoping for a much better run than last year where he scored 21 points and finished 11th overall, three places behind new team mate Vettel. Embarrassingly Vettel at the time was driving for Scuderia Toro Rosso - Red Bull's junior F1 team. Webber is yet to win a race, with a best finish of third.

Red Bull Racing will physically launch their 2009 car tonight.

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Still can't stand the look of the new F1 cars but this video is fricken awesome. Wonder if Vettel can really do a controlled spin as well as that!

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