January. It’s like a year instead of a month, isn’t it? Yes, we’re a bit closer to Melbourne but it’s not close enough.

Aside from Daniel and Max having a bit of fun around the factory, we're still two months away from F1 shenanigans. Need a remedy? Here's one in the shape of stuff you can check out to get revved up in the meantime.

WRC 2018 – Rallye Monte-Carlo. Jan 25th – 28th
If you're missing Dakar, then worry not – WRC is back! Hot on the heels of the legendary rally and with some drivers barely catching a breath in-between wheel-hopping, the World Rally Championship returns to Monte-Carlo this weekend to kick off the season in style.

Our Red Bull family are taking part, including Sebastien Ogier, Elfyn Evans, Teemu Suninen, Sebastien Loeb, Thiery Neuville, Andreas Mikklesen and Dani Sordo. The action begins on Thursday in Casino Square, followed by two night stages and plenty more gruelling stages through France, before turning tail back to Monaco and closing with a finale via the Alpes-Maritimes and Col de Turini. If you've never seen rally before, this is a great time to start – you'll be hooked!

Stay on top of the action via Red Bull TV!

Red Bull Air Race 2018 – Abu Dhabi. 2nd – 3rd February
Combining the world's best racing pilots with a pure motorsport competition, the Red Bull Air Race is not only an incredible test of skill but is also massive fun! The pilots compete in fast, agile and lightweight planes, hitting top speeds of 370kph amidst forces of up to 10G as they navigate a tricky course and avoid 25-meter-high pylons. Sounds right up our street!

This season, 14 pilots will compete in the Master Class category and 10 pilots in the Challenger Class, which gives fresh faces the chance to shine. Pick your pilot and get stuck in to the season opener, which returns to Abu Dhabi for the eleventh time on February 2nd.

Keep your eyes on the sky via the live stream at

2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, starting March 1st.
In Sydney recently, the Red Bull Holden Racing Team unveiled their 2018 Supercars Championship challenger, the Commodore Supercar, and what a beauty she is! Drivers Jamie Whincup and Shane van Gisbergen can't wait to get behind the wheel of the sleek new racer when the season begins at the Adelaide 500 on March 1st. Following that, the supercars will race for points at the Formula One Australian Grand Prix, for the first time.

Never seen the Supercars Championship before? This season marks the 20th running of the touring car championship and involves multiple races across 16 venues in Australia and New Zealand. Thrillingly, this year has been opened up to more body shapes and engine configurations to make things even more exciting.

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