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Toro Rosso to work more closely with Red Bull in 2015

May 20, 2014 .- Red Bull's two formula one teams will work even more closely together from 2015. Already in 2014, after Toro Rosso's switch to Renault power, the Faenza team and Red Bull Racing have been working together to solve the French supplier's problems with its troubled new V6 engine. Now, Speed Week reports that from 2015, Toro Rosso will use the same rear suspension layout as designed by reigning world champions Red Bull Racing. Correspondent Mathias Brunner said 2014 is in fact a transitionary phase to a closer collaboration between the two Red Bull teams. For instance, while Toro Rosso is already using the internals of Red Bull's new eight-speed gearbox this year, the second...
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