Hard but beautiful second position for OZ and Red Bull Racing at SPA circuit
The Red Bulls’ Belgian Grand Prix was largely defined by the run through the first corner. When the lights went out to signal the start, polesitter Nico Rosberg got away well to take the lead. Ricciardo benefited from the Ferrari-Verstappen pile up at the start to sneak into third, and lady luck was on the side of the Australian as Hulkenberg pitted from ahead of him before the red flag period. With Ricciardo changing his tyres during the stoppage, he was able to hold onto second place for the rest of the race.
Red Bull Racing team pilots compete with OZ Racing Made in Italy wheels, which enable the highest performance and at the same time guarantee lightness, strength and structural rigidity record.