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The Toro Rosso line-up was changed earlier this season as Max Verstappen moved to Red Bull, swapping place with Daniil Kvyat, but while Sainz missed out on a promotion at that point, he has impressed in the races since and Tost confirmed the Spaniard is set to stay for a third season at Toro Rosso.
Carlos Sainz and Daniil Kvyat’s STR11 will display a commemorative logo on the bargeboards
Scuderia Toro Rosso can’t wait to get this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix started, not only because of the exciting racing, but also because it marks the 110th anniversary of Estrella Galicia 0,0. The team is proud and honored to celebrate this historic milestone here, at the Barcelona circuit.
The beer brand will appear for the first time on the new STR11 of our two drivers Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen
The STR 11 is the first Toro Rosso car to be built in our new factory facility in Faenza
Shortly before going back out on track at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the second pre-season test, Scuderia Toro Rosso unveiled its 2016 World Championship challenger, the STR11, in its new livery.
The last day of the first pre-season test session was another productive one for Scuderia Toro Rosso.
As the car’s codename implies, 2015 will be Scuderia Toro Rosso’s tenth year in Formula 1 and CEPSA, who hosted today’s launch, has sponsored the team for the past 4 years.
“Now everyone within in the team is focussed on 2015, applying the lessons learned this year.”
With the 2014 season now archived and all Scuderia Toro Rosso’s focus firmly fixed on 2015, our Team Principal Franz Tost takes one last look back at what will come to be seen as a key year in the history of Formula 1.
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost has admitted he would like to keep Jean-Eric Vergne on board for the 2015 season.
Mere weeks ago, the 24-year-old Frenchman was ruled out of the running after the Faenza team announced that Daniil Kvyat will be joined by the controversially-young and inexperienced rookie Max Verstappen, who is just 17.
Carlos Sainz jr says he is being “patient” as Red Bull decides his future in formula one.
Before Sebastian Vettel blew the ‘silly season’ wide open and Daniil Kvyat got the call to replace him at Red Bull Racing next year, Spanish rookie Sainz was licking his wounds at having missed out on a Toro Rosso debut for 2015.