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Video: Red Bull duo drive the Red Bull Ring

Sebastian Vettel and Montreal winning teammate Daniel Ricciardo drive the Red Bull Ring as Austria returns to the F1 calendar after a break off 11 years.Driving their RB10s, Ricciardo and Vettel explain the track's unique characteristics as they dual around the 2.67 mile (4.3 km) circuit. As the Red Bull racers contend with changing weather conditions, they explain the circuit's elevation changes, the four best overtaking opportunities, the track's nine corners and the four high-speed stretches.In certain sections of the circuit, Vettel's RB10 becomes transparent, showing the intricate inner details of his 2014 car.
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