What Does RB Mean in Visa Cash App: Racing Bulls, Red Bull, or Neither?

The ‘RB’ in Visa Cash App RB, AlphaTauri’s new name for the 2024 Formula One season, does not stand for Racing Bulls, despite the team being registered by a company called ‘Racing Bulls SpA’, and the abbreviation VCARB may be used instead.


‣ The ‘RB’ in Visa Cash App RB, AlphaTauri’s new name, does not stand for Racing Bulls, despite the FIA’s entry list suggesting a connection to Racing Bulls SpA.

‣ The official registered name for the team is Visa Cash App RB Formula One Team, with the chassis named ‘RB’, but this abbreviation does not imply ‘Racing Bulls’ according to a team representative.

‣ The team is likely to use the abbreviation VCARB colloquially, as the full name is considered unwieldy.

Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda‘s team, Visa Cash App RB, will unveil their new 2024 car on 8 February, coinciding with the Super Bowl, indicating a significant launch event.

Oh, the intrigue of Formula One team names! So, the ‘RB’ in Visa Cash App RB, AlphaTauri’s new moniker, isn’t a nod to Racing Bulls. But, let’s be real, the FIA’s entry list kinda hinted at a connection.

### RB’s True Meaning: A Mystery

Turns out, the FIA’s 2024 list spilled some tea. Red Bull Racing’s sibling team got its name from a company named ‘Racing Bulls SpA’ in Italy. They’re officially the Visa Cash App RB Formula One Team. And the chassis? Simply ‘RB’.

A team rep spilled the beans to GPblog. “RB” doesn’t stand for Racing Bulls. Who would’ve thunk? Given that Visa Cash App RB doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, it’s a safe bet we’ll be calling them VCARB.

### Launch Hype!

And guess what? Daniel Ricciardo and Yuki Tsunoda are gearing up for a big reveal. Their 2024 car is set to make a splash on February 8. The buzz is it’ll happen during the Super Bowl. Talk about making an entrance!

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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