Red Bull Junior Team

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Sebastian Vettel in a Formula 3 Euro Series car in 2006, featuring prominent Red Bull sponsorship. P1000588b.jpg
Sebastian Vettel in a Formula 3 Euro Series car in 2006, featuring prominent Red Bull sponsorship.
Michael Ammermuller racing in the World Series By Renault in 2007. Michael Ammermuller 2007 WSBR.jpg
Michael Ammermüller racing in the World Series By Renault in 2007.

The Red Bull Junior Team is a driver development program run by the energy drink company Red Bull GmbH in an attempt to identify potential future racing stars in open wheel racing. The similar Red Bull Driver Search, now ended, was an American spinoff of the same idea. Members of the Junior Team are financed and sponsored by Red Bull in lower racing formulae.

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The programs have been successful in bringing a selection of drivers into Formula One. Three of them, Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen have won a Formula One race. Red Bull owns two teams in Formula One, Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri.

The Red Bull Junior Team was also the name of RSM Marko, a team that competed in International Formula 3000 between 1999 and 2003, sponsored by Red Bull and run by Helmut Marko.

The Red Bull Junior Team was formed in 2001 as Red Bull's European driver programme. Red Bull offers funding and support for the promising young drivers that are part of the programme. In 2004, Christian Klien became the first Red Bull Junior to race in Formula One, while in 2008, Sebastian Vettel became the first Red Bull Junior to win a Formula One Grand Prix, the Italian Grand Prix.

Current drivers

DriverYearsCurrent SeriesTitles
Flag of Brazil.svg Sérgio Sette Câmara [1] 2016, 2020 Super Formula Championship none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of Estonia.svg Jüri Vips [2] 2018– Super Formula Championship none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Jack Doohan 2018– FIA Formula 3 Championship
F3 Asian Championship
none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of Norway.svg Dennis Hauger 2018– FIA Formula 3 Championship [3] 2019 Italian F4 Championship
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jonny Edgar2018– ADAC Formula 4
Italian F4 Championship
none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of New Zealand.svg Liam Lawson [4] 2019– FIA Formula 3 Championship
Toyota Racing Series
none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of Japan.svg Yuki Tsunoda [5] 2019– FIA Formula 2 Championship
Toyota Racing Series
none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of India.svg Jehan Daruvala [6] 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of Brazil.svg Igor Fraga [7] 2020 FIA Formula 3 Championship none as Red Bull Junior Team member
Flag of the United States.svg Jak Crawford [8] 2020 ADAC Formula 4
Italian F4 Championship
none as Red Bull Junior Team member

Graduates to Red Bull Racing

DriverJunior Team experienceF1 experience with Red BullF1 experience with other teams
YearsFormer seriesScuderia Toro Rosso/Scuderia AlphaTauriRed Bull Racing
Flag of Austria.svg Christian Klien 2001–2003 Formula BMW ADAC (2001)
Formula Renault 2000 Germany (2002)
Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup (2002)
Formula 3 Euro Series (2003)
N/A 20052006 Jaguar (2004)
HRT (2010)
Flag of Germany.svg Sebastian Vettel 2001–2007Karting (2001–2002)
Formula BMW ADAC (20032004)
Formula 3 Euro Series (20052006)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20062007)
20072008 20092014 BMW Sauber (2007)
Ferrari (2015-present)
Flag of Italy.svg Vitantonio Liuzzi 2002–2004 German Formula Three Championship (2002)
International Formula 3000 (2003 2004)
20062007 2005 Force India (20092010)
HRT (2011)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Daniel Ricciardo 2008–2011 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2008)
Formula Renault 2.0 West European Cup (2008)
British Formula 3 Championship (2009)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20092011)
20122013 20142018 HRT (2011)

Renault (2019-present)

Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Kvyat 2010–2013 Formula BMW Europe (2010)
Formula BMW Pacific (2010)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20102012)
Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup (2011)
Toyota Racing Series (2011)
Formula Renault 2.0 Alps (2012)
GP3 Series (2013)
FIA Formula 3 European Championship (2013)
2014
20162017 [lower-alpha 1]
2019-present
20152016 [lower-alpha 1] N/A
Flag of Thailand.svg Alexander Albon 2012 Formula Renault 2.0 Alps (2012)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2012)
2019 [lower-alpha 2] 2019-present [lower-alpha 2] N/A
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Max Verstappen 2014 FIA Formula 3 European Championship (2014) 20152016 [lower-alpha 1] 2016-present [lower-alpha 1] N/A
Flag of France.svg Pierre Gasly 2014–2017 Formula Renault 3.5 (2014)
GP2 Series (20142016)
Super Formula (2017)
20172018

2019-present [lower-alpha 2]

2019 [lower-alpha 2] N/A
  1. 1 2 3 4 Max Verstappen was promoted to Red Bull Racing mid-season following the Russian Grand Prix, replacing Daniil Kvyat who was demoted back to Scuderia Toro Rosso
  2. 1 2 3 4 Alexander Albon was promoted to Red Bull Racing mid-season following the Hungarian Grand Prix, replacing Pierre Gasly who was demoted back to Scuderia Toro Rosso

Graduates to Toro Rosso/AlphaTauri

This list includes drivers who have graduated from the Junior Team to Toro Rosso/AlphaTauri but have not raced for Red Bull Racing. Former Red Bull Junior Team drivers who have driven for Toro Rosso/AlphaTauri and Red Bull Racing appear on the Graduates to Red Bull Racing table.

DriverJunior Team experienceToro Rosso/AlphaTauriF1 experience with other teams
YearsFormer series
Flag of the United States.svg Scott Speed 2003–2005 British Formula 3 Championship (2003)
Formula Renault 2000 Germany (2004)
Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup (2004)
GP2 Series (2005)
A1GP (2005)
20062007 N/A
Flag of Switzerland.svg Sébastien Buemi 2005–2008 Formula BMW ADAC (2005)
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2006)
Formula 3 Euro Series (200607)
A1GP (2006–07)
GP2 Series (200708)
GP2 Asia Series (2008)
20092011 N/A
Flag of Spain.svg Jaime Alguersuari 2006–2009 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20062007)
Italian Formula Renault Championship (20062007)
British Formula 3 Championship (2008)
Spanish Formula Three Championship (2008)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2009)
20092011 N/A
Flag of New Zealand.svg Brendon Hartley 2006–2010 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2006)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2006 2007 )
Formula Renault 2.0 Italia (2007)
British Formula 3 (2008)
Formula 3 Euro Series (20082009)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20092010)
20172018 N/A
Flag of France.svg Jean-Éric Vergne 2008–2011 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20082009)
Formula Renault 2.0 West European Cup (20082009)
British Formula 3 Championship (2010)
GP3 Series (2010)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20102011)
20122014 N/A
Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Sainz Jr. 2010–2014 Formula BMW Europe (2010)
Formula BMW Pacific (2010)
European F3 Open (2010)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20102011)
Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup (2011)
Formula 3 Euro Series (20112012)
British Formula 3 Championship (2012)
GP3 Series (2013)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2013 2014 )
20152017 Renault (20172018)

McLaren (2019-present)

Former drivers

Christian Klien driving for Red Bull Racing at the 2005 United States Grand Prix Klien (Red Bull) in practice at USGP 2005.jpg
Christian Klien driving for Red Bull Racing at the 2005 United States Grand Prix
DriverYearsSeries competed
Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Afanasiev 2006 Formula Renault 2.0 Suisse (2006)
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2006)
Flag of Portugal.svg Filipe Albuquerque 2005–2007 Spanish Formula 3 (2005)
Formula Renault 2.0 Germany (2005)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2005- 2006 )
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2006)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2007)
GP2 Series (2007)
A1GP (2007)
Flag of Russia.svg Mikhail Aleshin 2005–2009 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2005)
Formula Renault 2.0 Germany (2005)
A1GP (2005–06)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20062008)
GP2 Series (2007)
FIA Formula Two Championship (2009)
Flag of Germany.svg Michael Ammermüller 2004–2007 Formula Renault 2000 Germany (2004)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20042005)
Formula Renault 2.0 Italia (2005)
GP2 Series (20062007)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2007)
A1GP (2007)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Nathan Antunes 2006 Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2006)
German Formula 3 (2006)
Flag of Austria.svg Lucas Auer [9] 2019 Super Formula Championship (2019)
Flag of Austria.svg Bernhard Auinger 2001–2003 German Formula 3 (200102)
International Formula 3000 (2003)
Formula 3 Euro Series (2003)
Flag of Brazil.svg Pedro Bianchini 2007 Formula BMW ADAC (2007)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Tom Blomqvist 2013 FIA Formula 3 European Championship (2013)
Flag of Italy.svg Mirko Bortolotti 2009 FIA Formula Two Championship (2009)
Flag of the United States.svg Dominique Claessens 2004 Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup (2004)
Formula Renault 2000 Germany (2004)
Flag of Monaco.svg Stefano Coletti 2005–2008 Formula BMW ADAC (20052006)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20062007)
Formula Renault 2.0 Italia (2007)
Formula 3 Euro Series (2008)
Flag of France.svg Tom Dillmann 2007–2008 Formula 3 Euro Series (20072008)
Flag of the United States.svg John Edwards 2005–2007 Formula Renault 2.0 Germany (2005)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20052006)
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2006)
Atlantic Championship (2007)
Flag of the United States.svg Paul Edwards 2003 World Series By Nissan (2003)
Flag of Austria.svg Philipp Eng 2005–2006 Karting (2005)
Formula BMW ADAC (2006)
Flag of Portugal.svg António Félix da Costa 2012–2013 GP3 Series (2012)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20122013)
Flag of the United States.svg Colin Fleming 2004–2006 Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup (2004)
Formula Renault 2000 Germany (2004)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20052006)
Flag of Austria.svg Patrick Friesacher 2001–2003 International Formula 3000 (20012003)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Callum Ilott [10] 2015 European Formula 3 Championship (2015)
Toyota Racing Series (2015)
Flag of Switzerland.svg Neel Jani 2005 & 2007 GP2 Series (2005)
A1GP (2005 & 2007 )
Champ Car (2007)
Flag of the United States.svg Matt Jaskol 2004 Formula BMW USA (2004)
Flag of Spain.svg Daniel Juncadella 2008–2009 Formula BMW Americas (2008)
Formula BMW Europe (20082009)
Flag of Finland.svg Niko Kari 2016-2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship (2016)
GP3 Series (2017)
Flag of India.svg Narain Karthikeyan 2004 World Series By Nissan (2004)
Flag of Hong Kong.svg Jim Ka To 2005 Asian Formula Renault Challenge (2005)
Flag of Austria.svg Reinhard Kofler 2001–2004 Formula BMW Junior Cup (2001)
Formula BMW ADAC (2002)
Formula Renault 2000 Masters/Eurocup (20032004)
Formula Renault 2000 Germany (20032004)
Flag of Japan.svg Yoshitaka Kuroda 2006 Formula BMW ADAC (2006)
Flag of Austria.svg Mathias Lauda 2003–2004 World Series Lights (2003)
International Formula 3000 (2004)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg Luis Leeds 2016 F4 British Championship (2016)
NACAM Formula 4 Championship (2016)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Alex Lynn 2014 GP3 Series (2014)
Flag of the United States.svg Grant Maiman 2003 Formula Renault 2000 Masters (2003)
Formula Renault 2000 Italia (2003)
Formula Renault 2000 Germany (2003)
Flag of Finland.svg Mika Mäki 2007–2009 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2007)
Formula Renault 2.0 Italia (2007)
Formula 3 Euro Series (20082009)
Flag of Brazil.svg Ricardo Maurício 2001–2002 International Formula 3000 (20012002)
Flag of Argentina.svg Matías Milla 2005 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2005)
Formula Renault 2.0 Germany (2005)
Flag of Germany.svg Kevin Mirocha 2007 Formula BMW ADAC (2007)
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Daniel Morad 2007 Formula BMW USA (2007)
Flag of Finland.svg Atte Mustonen 2004 Karting (2004)
Flag of the United States.svg Joel Nelson 2003 Euro Formula 3000 (2003)
British Formula 3 (2003)
Flag of Finland.svg Teemu Nyman 2005 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2005)
Formula Renault 2.0 Germany (2005)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Oliver Oakes 2006–2007 Formula BMW UK (2006)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2007)
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC (2007)
Flag of South Africa.svg Callan O'Keeffe 2012–2013 ADAC Formel Masters (20122013)
Flag of Mexico.svg Patricio O'Ward [11] 2019 [12] IndyCar Series (2019)
FIA Formula 2 Championship (2019)
Super Formula Championship (2019)
Flag of Italy.svg Edoardo Piscopo 2006–2007 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2006)
Formula Renault 2.0 Italia (2006)
Toyota Racing Series (2006–07)
Formula 3 Euro Series (2007)
A1GP (2007)
Flag of Ireland.svg Niall Quinn 2006 Formula BMW UK (2006)
Flag of Austria.svg Martin Ragginger 2002–2006 Karting (2002–2004)
Formula BMW ADAC (20052006)
Flag of Mexico.svg Guillermo Rojas 2004 Formula Renault V6 Eurocup (2004)
Flag of Austria.svg Norbert Siedler 2003–2004 World Series By Nissan (2003)
Euro Formula 3000 (2004)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dean Stoneman [13] 2015 Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2015)
GP2 Series (2015)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Harry Thompson2018-2019Karting
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Dan Ticktum [14] 2017–2019 Formula Renault Eurocup (2017)
FIA Formula 3 European Championship (2018)
Super Formula Championship (2019)
Flag of the United States.svg Neil Verhagen [14] 2017–2018 Formula Renault Eurocup (20172018
Formula Renault NEC (20172018)
Flag of France.svg Jean-Karl Vernay 2007–2008 A1GP (2007)
Formula 3 Euro Series (20072008)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Richard Verschoor 2016–2017 SMP F4 Championship (2016)
F4 Spanish Championship (2016)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2017)
Toyota Racing Series (2017)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Beitske Visser [15] 2013 ADAC Formel Masters (2013)
Flag of Germany.svg Stefan Wackerbauer2012 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (2012)
Formula Renault 2.0 Alps (2012)
Flag of Austria.svg Christoper Wassermann 2001–2004 Karting (2001–2002)
Formula BMW ADAC (20032004)
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Robert Wickens 2006–2009 Formula BMW USA (2006)
Atlantic Championship (2007)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (20072008)
A1GP (2007–08)
Formula 3 Euro Series (2008)
FIA Formula Two Championship (2009)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Lewis Williamson 2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2012)
Flag of South Africa.svg Adrian Zaugg 2004-2007 Formula BMW ADAC (2004)
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 (20052006)
Formula Renault 2.0 Italia (20052006)
Formula Renault 3.5 Series (2006)
A1GP (2006–07 & 2007)
GP2 Series (2007)

Graduates rundown

The scheme has been successful, with several of the drivers backed by Red Bull making it into Formula One:

As well as these, Red Bull supports many up-and-coming young drivers:

In 2004 Red Bull bought Jaguar Racing and renamed the team Red Bull Racing for the 2005 season.

Red Bull Driver Search was an American scheme run from 2002 to 2005 in parallel with the Red Bull Junior Team. Its aim was "Searching for the future American F1 Champion". [16] Another goal was to create "the first ever All-American Formula 1 team."

There has been one clear star of Red Bull Driver Search: Scott Speed. After being one of four winners of the 2002 Red Bull Driver Search, [17] Speed went on to compete in British Formula 3, before winning the German and Eurocup Formula Renault Championships. In 2005, Speed impressed onlookers with his performances in the GP2 Series and, after a short stint in A1 Grand Prix for A1 Team USA, Speed drove for Scuderia Toro Rosso in Formula One in the 2006 and 2007 seasons.

Red Bull Driver Search formally concluded on 17 October 2005. [18] Part of the reason it concluded is because Speed successfully made it to Formula One. [19]

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