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Red Bull Racing set for Milton Keynes celebration

Red Bull team celebrationRed Bull Racing will take to the streets of its Milton Keynes hometown this weekend to celebrate its hugely successful 2011 Formula 1 season.

The event takes place on Midsummer Boulevard from 12.30 to 15.00, and will see world champion Sebastian Vettel and team-mate Mark Webber demonstrating the cars they took to 12 grand prix wins and a dominant world title for Vettel and constructors' crown for RBR.

Team boss Christian Horner, technical chief Adrian Newey, Red Bull stunt rider Chris Pfeiffer and BBC F1 presenter Jake Humphrey will also be in attendance, as will David Coulthard, who will drive one of Red Bull Racing's NASCAR Toyota Camrys.

"We're expecting a big crowd," said Webber in his BBC column.

"It might not be the easiest day to get around the town, but it should be a really special day - not just for the fans, but also for the Red Bull team.

"I know a lot of people at the team are very proud that we are going to drive the cars under the noses of a lot of the people who work at the factory."

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