PPDS new Team Supplier for Red Bull Racing

PPDS has become an official Red Bull Racing (RBR) Team Supplier.

The partnership will see PPDS supply professional displays and monitors to the team whilst on tour, throughout the season.

Ron Cottaar, Marketing Director at PPDS, said: “We’re proud and excited to have become an official Team Supplier of Red Bull Racing. We have worked to fully understand RBR’s deepest needs from their display portfolio – identifying and, for the LED wall, building from scratch, solutions that not only match their visions and ambitions, but surpass them. We can’t wait for the new season to get started.”

This latest relationship sees sixty Philips professional displays and monitors used by the RBR trackside hospitality team during all 23 x Grand Prix race events throughout the 2022 FIA World Championship Season, beginning in Bahrain (March 18-20).

A suite of Philips professional displays will now feature inside the stylish Red Bull Racing Paddock Club, bringing F1 enthusiasts closer-than-ever to the action.

Housed above the team garages and pit lane, typically overlooking the start/finish straight, the Red Bull Racing Paddock Club will include PPDS’ Chromecast built-in Philips MediaSuite (x4) and Philips B-line (x2) professional TVs – providing live 4K UHD coverage of the race, access to exclusive behind the scenes content, coverage links to the RBR pit lane, and audio feeds from the drivers and crew. Guests are also able to virtually experience racing around the track for themselves, in RBR racing simulators equipped with powerful gaming monitors from sister company, AOC.

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