Toro Rosso conducted a pre-season 'rolling road' test which prompted anonymous letters alleging wrongdoing to be sent to rivals, according to reports in Germany.AutoBild claimed that anonymous letters were sent to the FIA, Ferrari, Mercedes and Sauber accusing 'a Red Bull-Renault team' of performing the test on a 'rolling road' at the premises of AVL, a company that specialises in developing and testing powertrain systems, in Graz, Austria.
It is alleged the test took place after the final pre-season test in Bahrain and prior to the opening race in Australia. However, Red Bull told Sky Sports F1's Ted Kravitz that their RB10 wasn't used.
Toro Rosso and Renault have yet to comment, with the...
Full Story »