A truck carrying equipment of the Red Bull team has been involved in a road crash near Melbourne.

A truck carrying equipment of the Red Bull team has been involved in a road crash near Melbourne.

A witness told local radio station 3AW that the incident occurred on the major Princes Freeway about 20 minutes from the city.

The witness said there were two trucks in the convoy carrying containers, and "Red Bull Racing is written over the side of the containers".

The Age newspaper quoted a police spokesman as saying a car was also involved in the accident, which was "nothing serious" despite "some debris" being scattered.

An ambulance spokesman said a 32-year-old man was treated at the scene.

The newspaper said the Renault-powered RB6 cars had been due to arrive in the Albert Park pitlane on Friday.

 

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