by Steve Rendle
After the closest-fought Fl season for many years, Sebastian Vettel was crowned as the youngest-ever World Champion at the thrilling 2010 season finale in Abu Dhabi. His team, Red Bull Racing, had already clinched the World Constructors' Championship at the penultimate race in Brazil.
The car that took the team to those two world titles, the Red Bull Racing RB6, was the work of a team led by legendary Fl designer Adrian Newey.
This Haynes Manual, produced with the full cooperation of Red Bull Racing, takes a unique look under the skin of the RB6, explaining in unprecedented detail how a modern Fl car works.
● Forewords by Christian Horner & Adrian Newey
● Introduction and Acknowledgements
● The Red Bull Racing History
● The Anatomy of the Red Bull Racing RB6 - chassis, aerodynamics, suspension and steering, brakes, engine, transmission, tyres, electronics, hydraulic system, safety equipment, driver controls
● The Designers View - the design process, optimising the 'package', wind-tunnel and CFD simulation, testing and development
● The Race Engineers View - working on the car, working with the driver, setting up the car, the race weekend
● The Race Drivers View - Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber provide insight into how they drive an Fl car and how they work with the team to develop and optimise it throughout the season
Red Bull Racing F1 2010 (RB6) Car Owners Workshop Manual Produced with the full cooperation of Red Bull Racing, with extensive input from key technical staff and drivers
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