Toro Rosso's Austrian Grand Prix ended in disappointment after both drivers retired from the race with reliability problems.
The weekend started with such promise for the team after Russian rookie Daniil Kvyat qualified in seventh place on Saturday.
However, he dropped to 10th at the start and despite being pleased with the pace of the car, he was unable to make much progress.
He then retired from the race on lap 26 after a problem with his right-rear suspension, which the team is now investigating.
The issue caused him to take a trip through the gravel trap at turn five and he eventually parked the car a little further around the circuit, becoming the first driver to retire from the...
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