Red Bull Racing has unveiled the first of its new event spaces, the Red Bull Ring Boardroom, created in response to the Team’s growing calendar of corporate event bookings for 2022 and beyond.
The addition of the new space forms part of a recent multi-million pound investment project at the Red Bull Racing site, which has also included the addition of a private entrance road with dedicated security, as well as an additional 100 onsite parking spaces.
The new facility can host 20 guests boardroom style, with space for an additional 20 seated attendees around the room. As you would expect from an innovative, world-class brand such as Red Bull Racing, the space offers the very best in technology, including a 98inch 4k screen, integrated ceiling speakers and user-friendly connectivity for hybrid events, streamed content and virtual conferences.
The Team’s Director of Events and Hospitality, Nick Kenton, commented: “We have been delighted with how quickly the meetings and events sector has bounced back after the past two years. By introducing the new Red Bull Ring Boardroom we’ve been able to double the space available for boardroom style events, fulfil the massive demand we’re getting, and offer even more organisers access to the exciting world of F1.”
Across the site are a range of state-of-the-art and immersive spaces able to cater for a variety of conferences and events. The MK-7 venue centres around a breath-taking auditorium that houses the Team’s collection of race cars dating back to 2005. Named in tribute to its Buckinghamshire home, MK-7 offers a unique setting for brand activations, receptions, dinners, conferences and intimate meetings, and the recent investment in the site marks the Team’s increasing commitment to the conference and events sector.