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Watch: How Red Bull sets up 2500 ton hospitality suite for the Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix

Red Bull's Formula 1 paddock club has been set-up for the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix and it was a monumental task involving 70 people and 21 days o...

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Red Bull's Formula 1 paddock club has been set-up for the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix and it was a monumental task involving 70 people and 21 days of construction.

The hospitality suite, dubbed the 'Energy Station', arrives before the race weekend so the crew can secure the barge with metal rods to the port and fix the electrics and furniture for fans to eat, drink and relax on the Côte d'Azur.

Watch the intriguing process below:

Sponsors, commercial partners and celebrities are entertained on the top deck of the Energy Station.

While the structure is present on every European date of the F1 calendar, this particular 2,500 ton mission, complete with swimming pool (containing 30 tons of water) is exclusive to the Principality.

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