David Coulthard and Sergio Sette Camara to wow crowds in Glasgow

  • Published on 05 Aug 2016 17:59
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  • By: Dominik Wilde

Red Bull Racing's show car team are in action this weekend at the Ignition Festival in Glasgow.

The festival, spawned from the Top Gear Live events that toured the world from 2008 to 2015, is taking place at Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre and combines static indoor elements with an oudoor street circuit.

Red Bull Junior Team driver Sergio Sette Camara, who drove for Toro Rosso at the recent post-race test at Silverstone will be in action at the festival on Friday, with retired race winner David Coulthard getting behind the wheel on Saturday and Sunday.

Both will be driving the 2011 championship winning RB7, a car that won 12 out of a possible 19 races that year.

"There's always a buzz driving at a Live Demo event but of course appearing in Scotland makes it a little more exciting for me," Coulthard said. "I'm looking forward to showing Scottish racing fans an F1 car doing what only an F1 car can do."

The festival will also see Coulthard's former Red Bull team mate Mark Webber in action as well as Jimmy McRae behind the wheel of one of his late son's Subarus.

This is your morning wake up call! ⏰???? Courtesy of the RB7 at @IGNITION_fest #F1 #IgnitionGlasgow pic.twitter.com/xY7Abv3rPd

— Red Bull Racing (@redbullracing) ___Escaped_link_6518d9672cdc0___

Looking forward for my first street demo ???? hope to put on a good show here in Glasgow!
#ignitionglasgow pic.twitter.com/8atXsNO37K

— Sérgio Sette Câmara (@sergiosettecama) August 5, 2016

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