Red Bull Showrun At DC’s Iconic Pennsylvania Avenue

On an upcoming spring afternoon in the shadow of the United States Capitol, British racing legend and former Red Bull Racing driver David Coulthard will transform the world-revered Pennsylvania Avenue with an epic display of skill and showmanship for an unforgettable Showrun of the championship-winning RB7 F1 car in Washington DC.

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Coulthard, who gave Red Bull Racing its first-ever podium finish, will fire up the roaring power of the RB7 engine between 3rd and 7th Streets as he delivers the sights and sounds of F1 to current and future race fans of the DMV on Saturday, April 20 from 4-6 p.m. ET.

The Red Bull Showrun is free and open to the public and will feature a fan zone. Additional fan activities and events will be announced in the coming weeks.

Honda, Oracle, and Pirelli proudly support the Red Bull Showrun in DC.

While the reigning Constructors’ Champions Oracle Red Bull Racing’s season is about to get underway, the Red Bull Showrun DC will come only two weeks ahead of the year’s first U.S. F1 race in Miami where last year, Max Verstappen had a memorable comeback win on his way to a record-breaking season.

In addition to Coulthard ripping up and down the temporary track, world-class performances by street freestyle motorcyclist Aaron Colton and rally car champion and former F1 driver Scott Speed will entertain the crowd of spectators who are invited to get an up close and personal look at the action along the five-block stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue.

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