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Red Bull has launched a 360-degree video of a Formula 1 car in action, with a special interactive player allowing for view changes in real-time. The spectacular footage was recorded at Norway's Rudskogen Motorsenter, the country's oldest asphalt circuit.
Sébastien Buemi, Red Bull's official reserve driver, was the man behind the wheel of the team's RB6 chassis, with the Swiss pilot performing a string of demonstration runs to mark the reopening of Herman Tilke's recently renovated venue.
The ground-breaking video release, over two minutes in length, was produced in conjunction with specialist remote-controlled camera company Making View.
Top view the fully interactive video visit the official Red Bull website
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