Red Bull Racing sees return of meetings and events
Red Bull Racing is set to mark a record-breaking year for its conference and events team, as conference and events occupancy levels at its upgraded Milton Keynes facilities match pre-pandemic figures.
A recent multi-million pound investment project in the Red Bull Racing site has seen the addition of a private entrance road with dedicated security, as well as 100 new parking spaces onsite. These changes aim to make visitor access to the site seamless.
Since restrictions were lifted, the team has seen a growing demand for both events and tour bookings. Between July and December, Red Bull Racing have confirmed double the number of delegate and visitor bookings compared to the same period in 2019.
Across the site, there are a range of spaces able to cater conferences and events. The MK-7 venue centres around an auditorium that houses the team’s collection of race cars dating back to 2005. Alongside this central event space is a boardroom and 40-capacity mezzanine area. The space can be configured to suit clients’ requirements and it can also be hired exclusively for up to 450 guests for a reception, with the boardroom sized to seat 22.
Nick Kenton, director of events and hospitality, Red Bulls Racing, commented: “We have been delighted with how quickly conferences and events have returned to our venue and we have worked hard to ensure they return in a safe environment that is mindful of the current climate.
"During the past 18 months we have also invested in our facilities to ensure that our customer experience is the very best it can be. It has been a privilege to welcome our guests back through our doors to enjoy a first-class experience and give them a glimpse into one of the world’s top sporting teams."