Red Bull Racing launches MK-7 event space

New venue in Milton Keynes has a central auditorium, boardroom and mezzanine area, with capacity for 450 people.

Red Bull Racing has launched its new event space MK-7 today at the Meetings Show.

Named in tribute its location and Red Bull Racing’s factory headquarters in Milton Keynes, MK-7 offers a unique setting for brand activations, receptions, dinners, conferences and intimate meetings.

"At Red Bull Racing, we do everything to the very highest specification and we wanted to make this new space a real star of the meetings and events world," said Nick Kenton, head of corporate events and hospitality at Red Bull Racing. 

"The team has spent many years building a solid reputation for outstanding global hospitality, and we can now offer the same excellence in meetings and events from our very own headquarters."

The venue centres around an auditorium that houses the team’s collection of race cars dating back to 2005.

Complementing the central event space is a boardroom and 40-capacity mezzanine area, all decorated with details of the team’s history. While the space can be configured to suit clients’ requirements, it can be hired exclusively for up to 450 guests for a reception, with the boardroom sized to seat 22. 

Red Bull Racing is well-established in the field of hospitality, entertaining guests at all 21 races of the F1 calendar around the world. The launch of its new space marks the team’s increasing commitment to the meetings and events sector and allows clients unprecedented access to the world of Red Bull Racing.


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