Red Bull, the energy drink brand, is heavily involved in motorsports, including Formula 1.

The team from Milton Keynes currently dominates both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships, but the video below does not feature the RB19 of Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez.

The video shows a drag race between four different vehicles: a Formula 1 car from the 2012 season, a WRC rally car, a World RX rallycross car, and a KTM MotoGP bike.

The Formula 1 car is the RB8, which was driven by Sebastian Vettel in his championship-winning season. It is powered by a V8 engine that produces around 850 horsepower and weighs just over 1,500 pounds.

The WRC rally car is the M-Sport Ford Puma Rally1, which is a hybrid vehicle with 550 horsepower. It weighs around 2,800 pounds.

The World RX rallycross car is the Peugeot 208, which has an estimated 600 horsepower and weighs around 2,900 pounds.

The KTM MotoGP bike is powered by a 1.0-liter V4 engine that produces around 270 horsepower. It weighs just over 300 pounds.

In the quarter-mile drag race, the KTM MotoGP bike was the quickest, followed by the Formula 1 car, the rallycross car, and the rally car.

Red Bull also included a fifth vehicle in the drag race, a four-motor electric van designed by Ford Performance. The van weighs around 3,700 pounds and produces a staggering 2,039 horsepower. It was driven by Romain Dumas, who is a factory driver for Porsche Motorsport.

Dumas was not able to catch the KTM MotoGP bike in the quarter-mile, but he was able to beat the Formula 1 car and the rallycross car. The rally car came in last place.

The results of the drag race show that the KTM MotoGP bike is the quickest vehicle, followed by the electric van, the Formula 1 car, the rallycross car, and the rally car. However, it is important to note that the results of a drag race can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the track conditions and the skill of the drivers.


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