Mumbai Red Bull F1 Showrun Guide
Mumbai Red Bull F1 champions will bring its show run to Mumbai on March 12 this Sunday.
Arunas “Aras” Gibieza, one of the most well-known professional stunt riders in the world, will do an exhibition of bike stunt riding while David Coulthard, a 13-time F1 race winner, will operate the RB7 on the streets of Bandra.
Sebastian Vettel’s RB7, which won the 2011 Formula One title, will be driven by Coulthard. It was one of the most dominant vehicles in Formula 1 history in 2011, winning 12 races and claiming 18 of the available 19 pole positions.
The 2.4-liter V8’s 750hp maximum output makes a lot of noise. Hence, make sure you have earplugs with you.
There are four categories for the tickets. Tickets for General Access are free, however, space is limited and admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets for Gold Arena (Rs 499) are for standing rooms only in certain zones. The next level of tickets is for the Diamond Arena, which is the shortest distance from the entrance point and offers standing space as well as access to the Red Bull Energy Station (Rs 2,499).
The two-day package is included with the HSBC Starstruck Lounge tickets (Rs 25,000). This includes grandstand seats, a meet, and greet with Coulthard, in-person encounters, a pass to the official after-party, and mementos from Red Bull Racing.
Nevertheless, all available tickets are sold out as of the time this story was written.
The event begins at 10 a.m., and the gates open at 8 a.m. Use public transportation as there won’t be any parking at the location.
On the northern end of Bandra Bandstand, Entrance 1 is next to Galaxy Apartments. The RB7 Arena, BBRT Arena, Diamond Arena 1 and 2, HSBC Starstruck Lounge, Pit Stop Arena, and the FORB and WIIINGS Arena are all included.
On the southern end of the Bandra Bandstand, Entrance 2 is close to Mannat. Pass holders for the Smart Bazaar and Gold Arenas should use this. General Access Pass holders should use Entrance 3, which is also close to Mannat.
There are two drop-off locations. The first one is next to Galaxy Apartments at the Bandstand and Hill Road intersection. Near Mannat, at the Bandstand and Kane Road intersection, there is another drop-off location.
Allowed are simple point-and-shoot cameras. You cannot, however, carry a DSLR or other professional cameras with detachable lenses. Selfie sticks, tripods, and monopods are also not allowed.
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