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The world is talking about Valtteri Bottas’ domination; Ferrari’s woes, but what about the solid return for Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat?
Renault boss, Cyril Abiteboul, has bemoaned the strength of ‘B-team’ outfits such as Toro Rosso following the first day of action in Melbourne, Australia.
Red Bull’s junior driver programme is not in “crisis”, says Franz Tost, despite having to call on past drivers for this year’s Toro Rosso line up.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes Honda are the “missing ingredient” to make the team title-contenders again.
Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat says he was anxious when the chance to rejoin the team for 2019 was offered.
Toro Rosso head into the 2019 F1 season with a car that just needs some fine tune with Alexander Albon revealing there are “no nasty surprises” hidden in his STR14.
Alexander Albon may have spun on his very first run in the STR14 but since then he has “ticked all the boxes” for Toro Rosso.
Coming through the opening test unscathed, Honda says they are “encouraged” by the performances of both Red Bull and Toro Rosso in testing.
Daniil Kvyat has said he was not targeting being the quickest on day three of testing after he topped the timesheet.
Alexander Albon was comforted by the fact that Kimi Raikkonen suffered a similar spin to him at testing in Barcelona.
Alexander Albon has been absolved of all blame after he spun out on the very first lap of his Formula 1 career.
Toro Rosso team principal, Franz Tost, is upbeat about the impact Honda can have on both Red Bull and the junior team this season.
Alexander Albon put in his first laps in a Formula 1 car on Wednesday when he put Toro Rosso’s new STR14 through its paces at the Misano circuit.
While Mercedes launched their 2019 car and fans waited for Red Bull to do the same, Toro Rosso put in their first laps in the STR14 on Wednesday morning.
Toro Rosso and Red Bull will run the same specification engines throughout 2019; that’s according to Honda’s F1 tech director Toyoharu Tanabe.
Toro Rosso rookie Alexander Albon admits he is facing a “steep learning curve” as he steps up into Formula 1.
Red Bull junior team Toro Rosso have become the second outfit to kick-off their 2019 campaign, launching their new model – the STR14.
Toro Rosso have officially unveiled their 2019 challenger with an online launch. Let’s take a closer look…
Handed a second chance in Formula 1 by Toro Rosso, Franz Tost concedes that in hindsight Daniil Kvyat’s Red Bull promotion came “just too early.”
Toro Rosso have used last year’s Red Bull RB14 as the basis for this year’s STR14 with both teams’ cars set to be powered by Honda this season.
Honda have urged Formula 1 bosses to put an end to any “grey areas” that may be open to interpretation with regards to the sport’s engine regulations.
Daniil Kvyat’s manager, Nicholas Todt, has said the 2019 campaign will represent the Russian’s “last chance” to secure a long-term future in Formula 1.
Brendon Hartley has said his Formula 1 future was thrown into serious doubt as early as the Monaco Grand Prix in 2018.
New Toro Rosso recruit Alexander Albon has revealed what his first major challenge will be in Formula 1 this upcoming season.
Franz Tost has said Toro Rosso will be more than willing to play the role of sacrificial lamb again for Red Bull.
Toro Rosso’s preparations for the 2019 season are on track with their STR14 passing the mandatory crash tests.
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost believes reducing downforce is the best way to improve racing in Formula One.
Red Bull junior driver Dan Ticktum will contest the 2019 Asian F3 Winter Series in a bid to secure enough points for a Formula 1 superlicence.
Red Bull motorsport advisor, Dr Helmut Marko, has confirmed technical director James Key will not be replaced at Toro Rosso.
New Toro Rosso man Alexander Albon begged DAMS managing director Francois Sicard for a 2018 Formula 2 race seat.