F1 is back with new car releases as this week is car release week for most teams. F1 is back and testing starts next week (18th February) at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain.
Toro Rosso has released their 2019 challenger which is the Honda-powered engine, The STR14. The Toro Rosso car will be driven this year by returning F1 driver Daniil Kvyat and rookie Alexander Albon.
The new car has retained its familiar Red Bull blue and red livery like last year however this there is a new simplified front wing, larger rear wing, and some modified sidepods.
Red Bull and Toro Rosso which are now supplied by Honda, Toro Rosso’s STR14 has received the complete rear-end design from Milton Keynes’ engineers and some comments from the 2018 Red Bull car which suggests that Toro Rosso could have a chance this year to grab some points.
Specification via scuderiatororosso.redbull.com
Scuderia Toro Rosso – Carbon composite monocoque
Red bull technology gearbox – Carbon composite maincase longitudinally mounted, hydraulically actuated 8 speed
Tyres: Pirelli ( Probably the same tyres as usual)
Front: Scuderia Toro Rosso/Red Bull technology – carbon composite wishbones with pushrod operated inboard torsion bars and dampers
Rear: Red Bull technology – carbon composite wishbones with pullrod operated inboard torsion bars
Brakes: Scuderia Toro Rosso/Red bull technology
Scuderia Toro Rosso/Red bull technology system
More info can be found at scuderiatororosso.redbull.com as t5hey more information on the car as well as the full release of the car.