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Toro Rosso announce STR9 launch date

Toro Rosso has become the latest F1 team to announce the launch date of their 2014 car. The STR9 will be unveiled to media on January 27th at the Jerez circuit, the day before winter testing gets underway at the Spanish circuit. The launch will take place at 5.30pm local time (4.30pm UK time). Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniil Kvyat will drive for the team this year, with the latter replacing Red Bull-bound Daniel Ricciardo. Mercedes, Caterham and Red Bull Racing will also unveil their 2014 machinery at the Jerez track, but on the following day. McLaren kick off the launches on January 24th, with Ferrari then uncovering their new car on the following day. Sauber's C33 will be revealed on January...
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