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Fri: BMW, Toyota, Ferrari
September 11, 2009 (16:57) [ Indexed from Planet-F1
Rosberg Kubica, Timo Glock, Nick Heidfeld and Kimi Raikkonen all registered top eight times in Friday's Italian GP practice. More...
Trulli: No reason for Toyota to leave
September 09, 2009 (12:07) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
Italian Jarno Trulli has said that Toyota has no valid reason for making a decision to leave Formula One at the end of the season. Question marks surround the Japanese manufacturer which, in its eighth season of competition, is yet to win its first Grand Prix. More...
Toyota 'staying' in Formula One
September 04, 2009 (16:33) [ Indexed from Planet-F1
Toyota will not be quitting F1 at the end of the season although the team will face a huge reduction in finances, that's the word coming in from Japan. More...
Belgian Grand Prix debrief with Toyota's Timo Glock
September 01, 2009 (20:42) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
Although a problem with the refuelling equipment during his first pit stop saw him eventually finish in tenth, Toyota's Timo Glock left Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday feeling encouraged by the TF109's pace. Here Glock reviews his Belgian Grand Prix and looks ahead to the forthcoming Italian race More...
Mysterious Toyota on front row
August 29, 2009 (16:22) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
As Giancarlo Fisichella claimed Force India's first F1 pole position in Belgium, Jarno Trulli kept up the Italian feel-good factor by setting a time quick enough to start alongside his compatriot on the front row of the grid. The Toyota driver described his accomplishment somewhat as a 'mystery'. More...
Trulli hoping to stay with Toyota
August 29, 2009 (13:47) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
After five full seasons as Toyota F1's official driver, Jarno Trulli hopes he can secure a deal with the Cologne based team for a sixth season after team President John Howett said last week that Trulli's future at Toyota was not secured. More...
Trulli hopes to stay with Toyota
August 29, 2009 (07:47) [ Indexed from GPUpdate.net
After five years as the Toyota F1 team's official driver Jarno Trulli hopes he can secure a deal with the Cologne based team for a sixth season. Toyota F1 team president John Howett said last week that Trulli's future at Toyota was not secured. More...
Jarno Trulli Q&A: Staying with Toyota my top priority
August 28, 2009 (05:47) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
It is not easy for a driver to hear from his team that budget decisions for next season will be postponed to late autumn, especially if the team are not doing so well. But as this applies to a number of drivers, Toyota's Jarno Trulli is not too concerned about his future. His priority is to stay with the Japanese team in 2010, hopefully with a more competitive car - or at least one with the level of performance the TF109 enjoyed at the start of this season More...
Toyota's Pascal Vasselon on Spa's special demands
August 27, 2009 (17:52) [ Indexed from Formula1.com
With neither driver finishing in the top ten, Valencia was a race to forget for Toyota, and the Japanese team have already set their sights sets on improvement at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. With Spa-Francorchamps considered one of the best tracks on the calendar, they couldn't have picked a better circuit to launch a renaissance. Here senior general manager (chassis) Pascal Vasselon discusses Spa's unique appeal and explains why he believes Toyota will have to fix their qualifying pace if they are to improve their race results More...
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