Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost has said that there is no rush to decide on a replacement for Red Bull Racing-bound Daniel Ricciardo.
The Australian will leave at the end of 2013 and replace Mark Webber at the Milton Keynes based squad. That leaves a vacant seat at Toro Rosso alongside Jean-Eric Vergne – who is widely expected to remain at the Italian team for 2014.
Ricciardo was announced as a Toro Rosso driver in December 2011 after half a season racing for back marker's HRT. The 24-year-old has had Red Bull backing since 2008 after he joined their Junior Team.
'We are very pleased to see Daniel make this move, which means he will follow in the footsteps of Sebastian Vettel,'...
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