Coulthard does donuts in a Red Bull F1 car on helipad of iconic Burj Al Arab in Dubai 31 October, 2013 David Coulthard performs in the Red Bull RB7 showcar on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai Just days after clinching both the Formula 1 Drivers’ and Constructors’ World Championships for the fourth time in a row, Infiniti Red Bull Racing celebrated their record-breaking achievement in style on top of the Burj Al Arab helipad. Tiger Woods has played golf from the helipad, Andre Agassi and Roger Federer playing tennis on it and now it was David Coulthard’s turn to take a Formula 1 car up there. Coulthard took the Red Bull Racing Show Car 210 metres above sea level to lay down some rubber on the famous 24 metre wide helipad. “That was a lot of fun,” said Coulthard after the run. “When Red Bull first suggested the idea to me I said ‘why not?’. I like getting involved with anything that pushes the boundaries and it’s what Red Bull stands for. I think this will produce fantastic, iconic shots in an amazing town and I’m really privileged to be part of it. That was a lot of fun.” Her Excellency Laila Mohammed Suhail, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment, commented: “There could be no better way to both celebrate Red Bull’s recent win of the Formula 1 World Championship. Once again, images of one of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks will capture the imaginations of future visitors.” The show run was the perfect way to celebrate the team’s incredible achievement of the quadruple-double, after Sebastian Vettel became the youngest quadruple World Champion and Infiniti Red Bull Racing became only the third team to win four Constructors’ titles in a row. (Red Bull) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsRed Bull should get race ban for cheating says Force IndiaVettel: Newey said no to me testing for Ferrari in Abu DhabiToro Rosso set to confirm Sainz next weekVergne bids au revoir to Toro RossoMarko: Legally it’s not ok that Vettel is already with FerrariTodt rubbishes Red Bull’s twin-turbo planMallya: Red Bull cheats on the regulationsSad farewell for Vettel as an era ends for Red BullRed Bull play hardball block Vettel’s Ferrari testNewey says all F1 cars’ front wings flexing Hawk Scary Harys Red Bull is one of the strongest marketing firms in the world. Smart in everything they do. Those are no imaginary wings. Spartacus Are you sure this isn’t the latest Tilke track for those rich Arabs? Given the average attendance of the Arab races he seems to have over done the spectator stands though. Dogwooddude DC you have impressed me! With that amount of power under his toe it would be pretty easy to see if that RB could fly.