The reason Rangers skipper James Tavernier has been pictured wearing a Red Bull jersey has been revealed.

The 32-year-old was part of Castore's promotional campaign for their latest collection in partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing.

The new teamwear collection celebrates 20 years of the iconic motorsports brand, designed to epitomise the disruptive spirit of the company.

Castore says it aims to give back to motorsports fans by offering them the chance to don the teams' colours on its 20th anniversary.

To promote the new collection, Castore turned to some familiar faces across British sport to discuss what the ORBR brand means to them, including the Rangers captain.

Tavernier said: “Everyone knows how competitive F1 is, and Oracle Red Bull Racing always rises to the challenge. It’s important to always strive to be better and aspire to improve every single day, whatever sport you’re in. 

“Being a fan of Oracle Red Bull Racing myself, it’s not just about cheering for a team, it’s a badge of honour. Fans of teams in all sports embrace the culture behind the team, wearing your teams’ colours gives you a sense of shared pride, so I’m delighted to be involved in the launch of Castore’s latest collection release with Oracle Red Bull Racing.” 

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The new range features several items that fans can wear to support their team, from hoodies, short-sleeved polos, short-sleeve driver shirts, jackets and more – all available in men’s, women’s, and unisex and junior sizing. 

Tom Beahon, Co-Founder of Castore, said: “We are incredibly proud to launch our latest collection in partnership with Oracle Red Bull Racing. The brand is synonymous with motorsports, so we are delighted to be working with the team in what is their 20th anniversary year. 

“We know how much sports, and F1, means to the fans, so we’ve worked hard to sculpt that into our new collection. We’re looking forward to seeing fans up and down the UK and across the world don the colours of ORBR going forward and supporting their team trackside.”