Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Toro Rosso's 2019 STR14 from every angle

Toro Rosso's 2019 STR14 from every angle

With his progress stagnating, Kvyat was dropped by the Red Bull before the conclusion of the 2017 season, but a lull in the energy drink company's young driver programme decided Helmut Marko to award the 24-year-old Russian with a second chance.

"The "rear end" has been provided by Red Bull Technology and the key change for Toro Rosso, being that we are taking a gearbox casing and rear suspension although numerous internals of the gearbox are similar to parts we have used in the past".

Toro Rosso will join the rest of the F1 teams at the preseason test in Barcelona on February 18. "For our partnership with Toro Rosso, that means finishing higher up in the Constructors' Championship, scoring more points, running more reliably and, maybe even repeating last year's Bahrain result or doing better".

"When the contingency required his move to Red Bull Racing, it seemed that he could be ready for the challenge".

Tost said: "Daniil showed his natural speed from the very beginning".

"I enjoyed my time working with Ferrari, which helped me keep in good shape and in touch with what is going on in Formula 1 on the technical front", said Kvyat, who tested Toro Rosso's 2018 auto during the post-race Abu Dhabi test.

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"He had to live through a hard time when he joined us again in 2016 - it was psychologically tough, but no one has ever doubted his driving skills".

He said: "So, both teams get half the 2018 guys and half new Honda personnel". However, the sidepod inlets have also been revised from last year's STR13 and now follow the design trend led by Ferrari in recent years.

"I know there's been a lot of speculation about this and whether I've matured or not and so on, but I prefer to let my driving on the track answer. I can see that, and it gives me confidence for the future". "Every year, it was just each race, take it step by step, focus and race in that session - whether it would be practice, qualifying or the race." said Albon.

Albon, who was born in London, said: "It's a big deal for me to be a Thai driver".

"The way I've gone about my career and my racing is I never set any goals on anything".

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