F1 » New Toro Rosso 'totally different'


Daniel Ricciardo says the 2013 Toro Rosso will be 'totally different' to the STR07 as the Italian team seeks to improve on a tough 2012

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chris - Unregistered

January 03, 2013 1:28 AM

whats the diffrence?.....if they cant score points or win races..except aid to mother team - REBULL - SV and MW which aid blocking to other cars if they are near by...otherwise they are like lously rival teams like caterham, marussia, willaims........

Luke - Unregistered

January 03, 2013 4:18 AM

At the and of the day if the car is crap there is not much you can do with it apart from beat your team mate, look at 2008 with jenson button in the Honda, the car was a dog yet the driver was good but you just couldn't tell.

If Ricciardo can translate his qualifying dominance to race dominance over vergne then he has done all that could be done to get the RBR drive, thats of course if it stays the same pace.

Bradenws

January 04, 2013 12:55 AM

The use of quotation marks in this article's title is inappropriate. The actual quote is "very different." It's not a quote if he didn't say it, Crash. Unless you're quoting your own article, which really makes no sense, considering a source needs a title anyway... I thought proffessional journalists knew better.

Speed - Unregistered

January 07, 2013 10:25 AM

Maybe Toro Rosso should be using good Gp2 drivers ( instead of always using these "Formula leaped" rookies).
These kids get their career blown if they don't produce results, and they're still young.
Besides, it's a crap car, what more could they possibly do?

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