2011

RED BULL MUSIC ACADEMY

In its 12th year the Red Bull Music Academy kicked off Red Bull´s permanent music space at Matadero Madrid. Out of more than 4000 applicants from 93 countries, 60 selected participants came together for two weeks.

Red Bull Racing

Red Bull Racing drive up the highest motorable road in the world 8,380ft (5,602m)

CASEY STONER WINS THE MOTOGP WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP (2ND TITLE)

What a Stoner

Casey Stoner dominated the 2011 MotoGP World Championship winning 10 GPs, failing to appear on the rostrum only once in the 17 races. He started from pole 12 times and recorded 7 fastest laps.

41ST WORLD CHAMPION TITLE

BJÖRN DUNKERBECK

With the perfect combination of sun, waves and wind, the PWA championships event in Alacati, Turkey, provided ideal conditions for the return to glory of one of windsurfing's greatest icons. 9th August 2011

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SÉBASTIEN LOEB BECOMES THE FIRST DRIVER EVER TO SECURE 8 WORLD TITLES IN A ROW

RED BULL FLYING BACH EUROPEAN TOUR

Combining classical music with breakdance, Red Bull Flying Bach is the ultimate blend of cultures. In 2011 Red Bull Flying Bach conquered Europe with more than 50 sell-out shows in 5 countries (Germany, Turkey, Denmark, Austria, Switzerland).

YOUNGEST EVER LPGA WINNER

Alexis Thompson became the youngest winner of a Ladies Professional Golf Association event with her victory in the Navistar L.P.G.A. Classic.

Triple victory for Red Bull at Rally Dakar

100TH & 1ST RED BULL FLUGTAG

Red Bull Flugtag events have taken place in 42 different countries since the inaugural event in 1992. In 2011, the 100th Red Bull Flugtag takes place in Dublin, Ireland and for the first time Red Bull Flugtag is coming to Trinidad & Tobago.

TOM CRUISE DRIVES

Tom Cruise drives the Red Bull Racing Formula 1 car

CARISSA MOORE BECOMES ASP WORLD CHAMPION

Road to Red Bull BC One

The Red Bull BC One is the Worlds most iconic B-boy event and official breakdance world championship grew from 1 Event in 2010 to 38 Events in 2011. The 2011 World Final took place at the famous Moscow Circus in Russia.

SEBASTIAN VETTEL AND RED BULL RACING SECURE THE FORMULA 1 DRIVER AND CONSTRUCTORS WORLD TITLES

Sebastian Vettel clinched the 2011 World Driver's Championship by taking third place in the Japanese Grand Prix and became the youngest ever double World Champion.

TONY CAIROLI WORLD CHAMPION

Antonio Cairoli clinched his 3rd MX1 World Championship in 2011. Added to his MX2 victories in 2005 and 2007 it is a record that places him with the all time greats. He shrugged off an early season knee injury to dominate the series, clinching the title at the European GP in Gaildorf, Germany, with the 43rd Grand Prix victory of his career.

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