Driver’s Exchange Keeps Toro Rosso Cold

Toro-Rosso racing director John Booth is optimistic about the European event despite the change of driver. 61-year-old has supported the Red Bull Junior Team since the Russian Grand Prix and is looking forward to his new task. I came back because Toro Rosso is a fantastic team. I’ve always liked it and it’s become a huge company.”

The Manor co-founder recently took care of a new team in the LMP2 class of the long-distance world championship together with the former Manor Sports Director Graeme Lowdon. On the upcoming Formula One weekend, Max Verstappen starts his first time on the “big” Red Bull racing team. For Toro Rosso Daniil Kvyat goes to the start. Although the personnel decision for John Booth was surprising at first, for the race director, both pilots are absolutely eye-catching, As the Brit tells “”, he says: “We lost a fantastic driver and got a fantastic driver.”

Despite the recent criticism of Daniil Kvyat’s driving style, the Brit continues to believe in the Russian talent: “This is what you see when you look at what he did in the GP series. The people at Toro Rosso told me how hard the guys are working together. In qualifying for the last race in Sochi, Daniil Kvyat and Max Verstappen drove to the starting points eight and nine, so that John Booth looks optimistically at the European event next weekend in Barcelona: “We continue to believe in a good peace!”
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