If you happen to own an F1 race car, when it needs repairs or service you can’t just drop it off at the corner Pep Boys. Ferrari charges well healed owners of its retired race cars seven figures a year to maintain their steeds as part of Maranello’s il Reparto Corse Clienti program. If you own a retired Red Bull Formula One car, though, you’re on your own. Not to despair, you’re not completely without resources. Haynes Publishing, maker of what I think are the best non-factory service manuals you can find, has published a maintenance and repair guide to the 2010 Red Bull Racing RB6, which won both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships. F1 technical illustrator and writer Craig Scarborough reviews it here.
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