Articles tagged Toro Rosso

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V10 victory

V10 victory Cosworth, creator of the DFV engine, has formed a partnership with Cars International to supply and service V10 Formula 1 engines to owners of recent Fl cars for racing and demos. Cars International's workshop, near Membury, Berkshire, will supply and install the TJ-series 3.0-litre Cosworth V10 that raced in Fl from 2003 to 2006, latterly with Toro Rosso.

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The story

Nine months in F1From the glorious to the ghastly, we’ve witnessed it all in a turbulent season of F1. And the repercussions are still being felt…By Rob Widdows March When the teams arrived in Melbourne in March precious few indicators pointed to who might have made the best use of a new set of rules. Pre-season testing at Barcelona suggested that Brawn could be the big surprise despite its last-...

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More to see as the festival goes from strength to strength

New attractions alongside the usual allure of the best competition cars and renowned drivers from around the world mean that this year’s Goodwood extravaganza shouldn’t be missed Words: Robert Stride. Photographs: James Mann It’s summer in England, and anyone who’s anyone will be on their way to Sussex for the motor racing party of the year. The Goodwood Festival of Speed has become an important...

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'High-cost' GP2 faces threat of new F2 series

The on-off war between FIA president Max Mosley and Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone reached a new peak at the recent World Motor Sport Council meeting when it was announced that Formula 2 will return next year as a low-cost feeder for F1. The FIA said that F2’s budget should be €200,000 ($315,000) but a new report has revealed how tough this may be to achieve. The report, Formula Money, lifts...

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Ricciardo makes F1 debut-in rival team

Ricciardo makes Fl debut in rival team Red Bull Racing reserve driver Daniel Ricciardo made his Formula 1 debut at Silverstone after being drafted into HRT to replace Narain Karthikeyan. Seen by Red Bull as the next talent of Vettel proportions, the Australian had previously been driving for Toro Rosso in Friday morning practice sessions. Red Bull decided that it was better to get him race...

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Nigel Roebuck

REFLECTIONS Oh Canada! F1 return welcomed on all sides A roar of V8 power in tribute to Bruce McLaren Red Bull spin can't disguise driver favouritism Everyone agreed it was a delight to be back in Montreal, there having been no race in 2009, of course, after Bernie Ecclestone and the race organisers had failed to reach a financial accommodation. At the time the teams and sponsors were outraged...

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Teams square up for battle of 2012

Caterham kicked off the 2012 launch season when it issued computer images of its new car on January 25, but the first real example to be shown was the McLaren on February 1. By the start of testing at Jerez on February 7 nine new cars had been unveiled, leaving the latest Mercedes, HRT and Marussia to make their debuts at the subsequent Barcelona tests RED BULL [1] Adrian Newey insists that there...

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Spot the difference

New-look cars, KERS, no testing… and plenty of overtaking. That’s what F1 2009 is set to bring By Adam Cooper Grand Prix racing has gone through some major winter rule changes before now, but rarely have so many novelties arrived in one package. After years of relative stability helped to close up the field, this season is going to be fascinating and unpredictable. “They are the most sweeping...

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Snapshots from a topsy-turvey career

Montoya quit a McLaren F1 seat to turn his world on its head. HIGHS 2007: Early Promise Montoya’s time in NASCAR might be remembered as seven years of mediocrity, but he showed much promise when he started out. Contesting select Busch Series races as well as the Nextel Cup, he won his first second-tier race at only the seventh attempt, in Mexico City. At mid-season he won his first Cup race at...

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Nigel Roebuck

Reflections – Ferrari’s starring role in FIA/FOTA rules row – Did Jean Todt help to keep Mosley in power? – The Old Man knew how to get his way in F1… – Recalling Silverstone’s earliest Grands Prix Wasn’t that refreshing?” a colleague said as the post-race press conference in Barcelona concluded. “Three good blokes, no affectation, no PR bullshit…” Everyone agreed. It hadn’t been the greatest...



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100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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