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Toro Rosso confirmed Gasly and Hartley for 2018

Toro Rosso

The team Toro Rosso de F1 announced that the French Pierre Gasly and the New Zealander Brendon Hartley they will be their starting pilots next season taking the baton from the Spanish Carlos Sainz, who has already left the team for Renault, and from the Russian Daniil Kvyat, relegated due to poor performance.

Both drivers recently debuted with Toro Rosso, Gasly at the Malaysian Grand Prix and Hartley at the United States Grand Prix, and they had been provisionally sharing a team for several races, but next season they will take a step forward and be the official duo from the beggining.

“During this final part of the season, both have shown that they are prepared for Formula 1 by adapting quickly to the car, completing good performances and showing at all times that they are prepared for the wreckage. We are really impressed with his ability to learn. ", praised the head of the team, Franz Tost.

Through a statement, both drivers were very excited about the rest and determined to maintain the good level of Toro Rosso, a Red Bull subsidiary team. Before starting their first full World Cup, they will close the current championship next week at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

 

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