Red Bull Racing officials have admitted they are analyzing the prospects of coming out with a road-going car.

Red Bull Racing officials have admitted they are analyzing the prospects of coming out with a road-going car.

In an interview with Autocar at the ongoing Goodwood Festival of Speed, Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner said they are still thinking about whether they should launch their own road car and it is believed the team's chief technical officer Adrian Newey has already started work on potential designs. Horner went on to say the road-legal car represents "something that Adrian is keen to do as a legacy project."

Talks about the possibility of coming out with a road car emerged back in 2013 when Horner admitted he wants to use RBR's expertise "outside of F1" to further grow the powerful brand. Recently, Newey told media that Red Bull is searching for a technical partner for this new project, but most likely they will team up with Infiniti once again after working on the Eau Rouge project which to this day hasn't been green-lighted for production.

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