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Lotus close on second driver
Lotus now have a "pretty good idea" who will replace Haas-bound Romain Grosjean at the team in 2016, according to deputy chief Federico Gastaldi.
Lotus: 'Tasty' driver options
The Lotus team hope Renault's impending takeover means the "tasty drivers" left on the market for 2016 see their second seat as one worth having.
Vergne joins Ferrari
Jean-Eric Vergne has joined Ferrari as test driver with a focus on developing the car in the team’s simulator.
Vergne to leave Toro Rosso
Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed he is leaving Toro Rosso.
'Like lions fighting over prey'
Newly-crowned GP3 Champion Alex Lynn has likened the battle for the vacant Toro Rosso seat to lions fighting over their prey in the wild.
Vergne: Team want me to stay
Jean-Eric Vernge says the whole of Toro Rosso are “pretty keen on me staying” as he edges closer to remaining on the F1 grid in 2015.
Maldonado back in ninth
Pastor Maldonado has reclaimed ninth place in the U.S. GP after Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne slipped back behind the Venezuelan in the revised classification courtesy of a five-second time penalty for colliding with the other Lotus of Romain Grosjean.
Vergne could stay at Toro Rosso
Team boss Franz Tost has confirmed that Jean-Eric Vergne could stay on with Toro Rosso – just two months after the appointment of Max Verstappen signalled that the Frenchman would be dropped
Vergne confident of 2015 seat
An upbeat Jean-Eric Vergne says there is “good potential” for him to be on the 2015 F1 grid and that he could remain with Toro Rosso.
Sky Exclusive: Vergne Q&A
As it turned out, the Thursday press day at the Japanese GP was not the most propitious time to speak to Jean-Eric Vergne about his future.
Steady start for Verstappen
Max Verstappen was all smiles after becoming F1’s youngest ever driver at the Japanese GP on Friday.
Force India report Toro Rosso
Force India have asked the FIA to review what they believe is ‘new evidence’ showing that Toro Rosso didn’t fully apply Jean-Eric Vergne first five-second time penalty in the Singapore GP.
First proper test for Verstappen
Max Verstappen completed his first proper test in a Formula 1 car on Wednesday, when he took the wheel of a Toro Rosso in Italy.
Vergne: I'm too old for STR
Jean-Eric Vergne bears Red Bull no ill feeling for the decision to hand his Toro Rosso seat to Max Verstappen, the young Frenchman instead joking that he’s “too old” for their junior team.
Verstappen to replace Vergne
Max Verstappen will replace Jean-Eric Vergne at Toro Rosso from the start of next season, it was revealed on Monday, making him the youngest driver in F1 history.
Tost wants better reliability
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost has identified reliability as the area his team have to improve upon during the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Massa top at Silverstone
Felipe Massa's Williams was fastest on Day One of Formula 1's latest in-season test at Silverstone on Tuesday.
Grid penalty for Vergne
Jean-Eric Vergne has been handed a ten-place grid penalty at the Spanish GP and his Toro Rosso team fined after his STR9 car lost a wheel during Practice Two at Barcelona.
Renault: We're making steps
Renault's Rob White says "several steps forward" have been made in attempts to fix its power unit but accepts it is still "some weeks" behind schedule.
Toro Rosso: Mystery awaits
Toro Rosso have admitted that predicting next week's return to testing action in Bahrain is "complete mystery" after the events of Jerez.