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High winds catch out Sainz
Toro Rosso rookie Carlos Sainz insists the crash which brought his Day Four to an early close in Barcelona couldn’t overshadow what he believes was his best day of testing yet in Formula 1.
STR10 'best Toro Rosso ever'
Toro Rosso have revealed the STR10 which the team think is 'the best car they have built' during their ten years in F1.
Coulthard warning for Toro Rosso
David Coulthard believes development will be difficult for Toro Rosso in 2015 without an experienced driver to guide the team’s engineers.
Engine loophole omits Honda?
Honda have reportedly been left out in the cold by a loophole that will permit the other engine providers on the grid to continue developing their units throughout 2015.
Nielsen joins Williams
Steve Nielsen has been appointed Sporting Manager at Williams with immediate effect.
Marko: Sainz natural choice
Helmut Marko says Carlos Sainz was the "natural choice" to partner Max Verstappen and has no fears over fielding F1's youngest-ever line-up.
Sainz confirmed at Toro Rosso
Toro Rosso have confirmed that Carlos Sainz will partner Max Verstappen in 2015.
Vergne to leave Toro Rosso
Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed he is leaving Toro Rosso.
'Like lions fighting over prey'
Newly-crowned GP3 Champion Alex Lynn has likened the battle for the vacant Toro Rosso seat to lions fighting over their prey in the wild.
Vergne: Team want me to stay
Jean-Eric Vernge says the whole of Toro Rosso are “pretty keen on me staying” as he edges closer to remaining on the F1 grid in 2015.
Kvyat defends point-less run
Red Bull-bound Daniil Kvyat says he is taking heart from the strong potential he believes he has shown in recent races, and not the final results, having failed to score a point since August.
Vergne could stay at Toro Rosso
Team boss Franz Tost has confirmed that Jean-Eric Vergne could stay on with Toro Rosso – just two months after the appointment of Max Verstappen signalled that the Frenchman would be dropped
Vergne confident of 2015 seat
An upbeat Jean-Eric Vergne says there is “good potential” for him to be on the 2015 F1 grid and that he could remain with Toro Rosso.
Sky Exclusive: Vergne Q&A
As it turned out, the Thursday press day at the Japanese GP was not the most propitious time to speak to Jean-Eric Vergne about his future.
Kvyat delighted with fifth
A jubilant Daniil Kvyat has revelled in producing a career-best performance in qualifying for the Russian GP after claiming fifth on the grid.
Lynn in Toro Rosso contention
Alex Lynn has emerged as a strong contender to replace Red Bull-bound Daniil Kvyat and partner Max Verstappen at Toro Rosso in 2015.
Kvyat 'honoured' by promotion
Daniil Kvyat says he is “honoured” by his promotion to Red Bull where he will replace Sebastian Vettel in 2015.
Vettel leaving Red Bull for Ferrari
Red Bull have announced that World Champion Sebastian Vettel is leaving at the end of the current season, with team boss Christian Horner saying that he's joining Ferrari in 2015.
Steady start for Verstappen
Max Verstappen was all smiles after becoming F1’s youngest ever driver at the Japanese GP on Friday.
Force India report Toro Rosso
Force India have asked the FIA to review what they believe is ‘new evidence’ showing that Toro Rosso didn’t fully apply Jean-Eric Vergne first five-second time penalty in the Singapore GP.