Toro Rosso reveals its 2019 Formula One car

Toro Rosso reveals its 2019 Formula One car

Toro Rosso reveals its 2019 Formula One car

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Those "strong young drivers" for 2019 will be Daniil Kvyat and Alexander Albon - and both will doubtless be pleasantly surprised to find themselves in the positions they're in now, given that Kvyat lost his drive with Toro Rosso before the end of the 2017 season, while Alexander Albon was dropped from Red Bull's junior programme all the way back in 2012.

As parent team Red Bull has joined Toro Rosso is using Honda power, the two teams have been able to share more parts for the upcoming season.

"Compared to other teams, Toro Rosso count on a smaller number of people", said Tost at the launch of Toro Rosso's STR14.

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The new Toro Rosso auto features 2019's biggest two design changes aimed at improving overtaking - a wider and simplified front wing, and higher rear wing.

Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso act as a feeder team to former champions Red Bull Racing, both of whose drivers Max Verstappen and Pierre Gasly graduated from Tost's outfit. When the contingency required his move to Red Bull Racing, it seemed he could be ready for the challenge.

"As is always the case before the start of a season, it's too early to say and we don't want to set a specific target, at least not now", commented team principal Franz Tost in a statement.

"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".

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Kvyat, who spent a season as a Ferrari development driver a year ago, said: "Let's just say it's great to be back and it proves you should never give up hope".

"If I was a dictator, which I never was, I would take the FOM money and give - to just name a figure - $60 million to each team. I just want to get in the auto and see what happens".

Albon, who finished second in Formula 2 past year, added: "In general, the way I've gone about my career and my racing, is I never set any goals on anything".

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"I strongly believe he deserves another chance in Formula 1 and I feel the best is yet to come from his side". Just take it as it is. "I'm just focused on myself and let's see how it all goes", he said.

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