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Toro Rosso passes mandatory FIA crash tests

Toro Rosso's preparations for the 2019 season are on track with their STR14 passing the mandatory crash tests. The 2019 car underwent the tests, which consist of five dynamic impact tests, 13 static load tests and three rollovers, earlier this week. One step closer to being back on track for 2019, we've passed the FIA crash tests! 👊 pic.twitter.com/sBt1cZIAkI — Toro Rosso (@ToroRosso) January 11, 2019 This year Toro Rosso will field a new line up with Daniil Kvyat back in the fold. The Russian driver will team up with rookie racer Alexander Albon. Meanwhile team boss Franz Tost is looking forward another season with Honda, who will also be powering senior team Red Bull....
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