Red Bull, over the years, has made a reputation for doing unique things that are not thought of by many F1 teams, and recently, in line with it, they have taken their RB7 for a spin on the streets of Belgrade, Serbia. Red Bull just a while ago brought its iconic RB7 livery to the streets of Belgrade and put up a show that the people there are not going to forget for a long period to come. https://www.youtube.com/shorts/zYSm9EUKT8k The Milton-Keynes-based team has done a successful show in Belgrade with the help of its former driver, David Coulthard, and also had on board the services of former Minardi driver Patrick Friesacher. The duo in their separate liveries had a fun day out in the RB7 and it brought massive smiles to the faces of thousands of people who were in attendance during the event. https://twitter.com/redbullracing/status/1571183649126551552?tQ8qPSJ0gc0Z9_xE-7JeNcw\u0026amp;s08 David Coulthard ahead of today's event was asked to state how important it was to bring F1 to the streets of Belgrade and while answering the question, the Brit said, "All of that has brought us to this opportunity to finally be here in Belgrade, Serbia after 80 long years, and a big thank you to the city for giving us the opportunity to bring the Red Bull team to Belgrade." David Coulthard He further adds, "I'm proud to be at 51 years old and still put on a race suit and get into a Grand Prix car and influence maybe some new fans of F1." Also Read: \u2018They didn\u2019t help us\u2019: Frederic Vasseur rues Ferrari PU reliability issues plaguing Alfa Romeo The Red Bull team is well known for their out-of-the-box thinking Red Bull Racing Red Bull is an energy drink company that is extremely active in the areas related to sports and is always seen trying out new things in various classes that it promotes. From taking a Red Bull livery for a spin in mountainous regions to their recent outing in Belgrade, the Austrian team is all in for sports and keeps coming up with new ways to promote different sports, and at the same time, increase its own global presence. The outing in Belgrade was another of Red Bull's ways to promote the Austrian brand in order to make it a household name all over the World in times to come. Max Verstappen The 2021 World Champion, Max Verstappen has put the Red Bull brand massively on the global map with his exploits in Formula one, and the way his career is going the Austrian team is well poised to further grow its own presence on the back of the prolific 24-year-old's exploits. Also Read: Who is coming to Singapore for F1 2022? Also Read: Reports: Williams counting on F2 driver gaining super license points in order to replace \u2018GOATIFI\u2019 .