It's crystal clear, Red Bull knows how to party. Thank you sir, may I have another.
The Red Bull Soapbox Race 2008 / Denver, took place at the iconic Red Rocks Park in the foothills outside Denver. Red Rocks is a gorgeous natural amphitheatre designed by mother nature. The monolithic beauty is awesome and unsurpassed. It was the perfect setting for Red Bull's rowdy extreme race. We felt the need for speed, just covering the event.
50 non-motorized soapbox racing teams, more than 25,000 spectators and hundreds of Red Bull Girlz set the stage last Saturday. It was an extravaganza of speed, creativity and competition fueled only by Red Bull. Catch the FSN coverage of The Red Bull Soapbox Race/ Denver it airs "almost live" on November 1.
Red Bull has held almost 40 free soapbox races throughout the world. In SF last week, 130,000 people attended the race at Dolores Park. Competitors were judged on speed, creativity and showmanship. Sanity was not a requirement.
To see our pix Click RED BULL's SOAPBOX RACE.