Gasly's Bahrain drive 'made a man out of him'
Pierre Gasly's drive to fourth at the Bahrain Grand Prix was a coming-of-age moment for the Frenchman, reckons Red Bull motorsport chief Helmut Marko.
Q3 star Gasly lauds Toro Rosso-Honda partnership
Pierre Gasly believes his qualifying heroics in Bahrain -- where he earned a career-best fifth position on the grid for Sunday's race -- shows how well Toro Rosso is working with new engine supplier Honda.
Honda forced into engine changes for Bahrain
Honda has already had to make changes to its engine ahead of the second race of 2018, which will effect both Toro Rosso cars at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
How Hartley went from Red Bull reject to its comeback kid
Brendon Hartley tells ESPN how he turned the disappointment of being cut by Red Bull in 2010 into a sportscar career good enough to earn a return to Toro Rosso in 2017 ahead of his first full season on the grid this year.
F1 2018 season preview: Part one
The first part of ESPN's team-by-team preview for the 2018 Formula One season looks at the bottom five from last year's championship standings.
Hartley: WEC would ready Kvyat for F1 return
Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley thinks Daniil Kvyat could learn a lot from his own journey back to the Formula One grid after being dropped by Red Bull.
Testing analysis: Ranking the midfield
Following ESPN's analysis of the battle brewing between F1's top three teams, we take a look at how the midfield is shaping up after two weeks of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya.
STR: Honda deal comes with big responsibilities
Toro Rosso technical director James Key says his team has a "heavy responsibility" to help its engine partner Honda progress this year.
Gasly encouraged by 'really positive' start with Honda
Pierre Gasly is confident Toro Rosso's new engine partner Honda can keep silencing its critics after a positive opening week to 2018's pre-season.
Toro Rosso leaks first image of STR13
Toro Rosso has tweeted the first official image of the new Honda-powered STR13 following a filming day at Misano.
Sauber and Toro Rosso hit the track
Both Sauber and Toro Rosso have put the first few miles on their 2018 cars during filming days on Wednesday.
Toro Rosso fires Honda engine up for first time
Toro Rosso has fired up its new Honda engine for the first time ahead of the 2018 campaign.
2018 Halo designs look 'a little more F1'
Formula One bosses promised fans the finalised 2018 Halo designs would look better than those tested over the last two years -- early indications from Toro Rosso suggest they were correct.
Mercedes, McLaren and Toro Rosso set launch dates
Mercedes will launch its 2018 car on the same day as rivals Ferrari, while McLaren has opted to take the wraps off its new car a day later on February 23.
Tost: Kvyat deserves another F1 chance
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost believes a short break from Formula One could be exactly what former driver Daniil Kvyat needs to revive his chances of a long-term career in the series.
Honda reshuffles F1 leadership ahead of Toro Rosso switch
Yusuke Hasegawa will leave his role as head of Honda's Formula One project as part of a reshuffle and restructure of the company's operation.
A history of Kiwis in F1
With Brendon Hartley signing a contract to race with Toro Rosso next year, Maurice Hamilton looks back at the history of New Zealanders in F1.
Hartley and Gasly to stay at Toro Rosso in 2018
Toro Rosso has confirmed it will retain its current driver line-up of Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly next year.
Tost: Renault started engine nonsense
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost is adamant his Formula One team has nothing to apologise for following its spat with engine supplier Renault at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Toro Rosso hits back at Renault over reliability issues
Toro Rosso has hit back at Renault after its engine supplier suggested that its spate of recent failures may have been related to the installation of the power unit in the car.
STR's Hartley wins WEC title for second time
Toro Rosso Formula One driver Brendon Hartley has won the 2017 World Endurance Championship with Porsche.
Where it all went wrong for Kvyat and Red Bull
ESPN charts where it all went wrong for Daniil Kvyat after being cut from Red Bull's driver programme -- and left on the Formula One sidelines -- following a rollercoaster 18 months.
Ricciardo, Hartley hit with grid penalties in Mexico
Daniel Ricciardo and Brendon Hartley have both been handed 20-place grid drops for engine changes ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix.
Kvyat officially cut from Red Bull programme
Red Bull has confirmed Daniil Kvyat is no longer part of its driver programme, meaning there is a "high possibility" Toro Rosso will continue with Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly into 2018.
Kvyat dropped again as Gasly returns to Toro Rosso
Brendon Hartley will continue with Toro Rosso at the Mexican Grand Prix, where Daniil Kvyat will once again give up his seat to the returning Pierre Gasly.
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