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2014 Gallery: The halfway point

Red Bull Racing Australia 2014 Launch

We welcomed a new face to the family as Richo donned his RBRA gear for the first time. Fits like a glove!


V8 Supercars Test Day


Loyal fans flocked to Sydney Motorsport Park for a firsthand glimpse at the 2014 bulls. The rumours were true, they’re even hotter in real life.



Lowndesy’s first shunt of the season thankfully happened on two wheels instead of four. Watch the guys mountain biking on Mt Lofty.

The bulls came charging out of the starting blocks with a win apiece on Saturday under the new format, which was pretty Swede.


Australian Grand Prix


The bulls were on parade at the AGP as we again lined up for the Ultimate Speed Comparison.

And hiding behind that helmet is the legendary Tony Hawk who came to find out what it’s like when you add a V8 engine to four wheels.



A rollercoaster of a weekend would be an understatement for Tassie, even with a clean sweep of poles and race wins.

But at the end of it, rest assured there were smiles firmly cemented on every face in the RBRA garage.



Oh Winton, you turned on the most fantastic weather…

…but the sun did not shine on us that weekend. Onwards and upwards.



New Zealand provided plenty of two-wheeled and two-footed action. Check out the drivers taking on the Warriors.

Unfortunately though, it was another weekend that produced minimal silverware. Oh well, at least it kept the container weight down.



In the West the talk on everyone’s lips in the RBRA garage was how on earth to get these bulls charging again.

Someone must have been waving a red flag because they made a charging return to the front of the pack where they belong.



Just in case you guys didn’t notice, we had a team birthday in Darwin.

We also finally got the better of one of our bogey tracks, claiming all three pole positions, having never claimed a single one at Hidden Valley throughout Triple Eight’s 10 year history.



Craig kicked off the event with wings of a different kind, but unfortunately they didn’t make it to the track as he suffered his first DNF in 81 races. Click here to see Lowndesy making an entrance.

Meanwhile, Jamie showed exactly why he’s the king of Townsville with a pair of victories at the Reid Park circuit, the championship lead now well within reach.

The second half of the season is just around the corner, kicking off with our home event, the Ipswich 400 July 1-3. Don’t miss it!