Red Bull’s certainly got a thing for showing off the RB6 in some pretty exotic driving demonstrations. First, they went to the Giles Villenueve race track in Montreal, Canada to demonstrate how the RB6 drives in icy conditions.

Now, the boys from Red Bull Racing are tackling a far different setting to show off their series-leading race car. If icy conditions are no match for the RB6, then certainly, drifting on a beach would be a piece of cake. There’s only one way to find out. Watch this video filmed by the RBR Team as it took their prized F1 car for a little recreational time at the Juanillo Capcana Beach in the Dominican Republic.


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  (238) posted on 05.24.2011

Well, I truly enjoy watching the video. And It makes me want to do the same when I got the chance to go in the beach! BTW, I just wonder if they F1 racer doesn’t have a difficulty in driving in the sand, since its different from the concrete race track.

  (401) posted on 05.24.2011

haha. Its a good thing that there are no other people in the beach. Well, if there are lot of audiences, I don’t think that they could race along the seashore.

  (462) posted on 10.28.2010

whoa, that was cool! i should try that one also in the beach this summer. lol

  (858) posted on 10.22.2010

the good thing is that no one is their in that beach part that’s why its free to drive the F1

  (1022) posted on 05.31.2010

It seems that this F1 car drifting on a pearl white beach and stretching for miles. This is the best possible combination in the world...

  (1332) posted on 05.31.2010

Good thing that the sand didn’t get through the Air vents of the F1.

  (798) posted on 05.30.2010

I agree, this is a whole lot different. I thought the f1 can only race on tarmac and cement.

  (808) posted on 05.27.2010

well this is a different racing, pretty rare. i can’t believe that f1 can also speed up on beach.

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