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1dNate Saunders

Marko: Kvyat seat change not a demotion

Helmut Marko says Daniil Kvyat's seat switch from Red Bull to Toro Rosso was to help the Russian revive his career "out of the firing line".

2dNate Saunders

Verstappen replaces Kvyat at Red Bull

Red Bull has confirmed Max Verstappen and Daniil Kvyat will switch seats, effective immediately, from the Spanish Grand Prix.

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10dLaurence Edmondson

Ex-Manor boss Booth joins Toro Rosso

Ex-Manor team principal John Booth has joined Toro Rosso as director of racing on a consultancy basis.

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36dLaurence Edmondson

Sainz: Max's problem is with Toro Rosso, not me

After ignoring team orders at the Australian Grand Prix to let Max Verstappen past, Carlos Sainz says it is up to his team-mate to clear things up with Toro Rosso, not him.

47dNate Saunders

Verstappen 'doesn't care' about team orders

Max Verstappen says he does not care about Toro Rosso team orders because he should have been "miles ahead" of Carlos Sainz at the Australian Grand Prix.

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48dJake Michaels

Sainz: We should have scored more points

Carlos Sainz says Toro Rosso left valuable points on the table following a disappointing Australian Grand Prix.

48dNate Saunders

Verstappen upset with Sainz and team strategy

Max Verstappen labels his Australian Grand Prix "a bit unlucky and not good" and admits frustrations with team-mate Carlos Sainz and Toro Rosso's strategy.

Fireworks on the way at Toro Rosso? (1:15)
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56dNate Saunders

Red Bull tells drivers: Perform or you're out

Red Bull motorsport advisor denies 2016 is a shootout between company's four drivers but makes it clear poor performances will not be tolerated in 2016.

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71dLaurence Edmondson

Verstappen already happy with Ferrari PU switch

After his first week of pre-season testing with Ferrari engines, Max Verstappen is happy with Toro Rosso's switch to a year-old Ferrari engine from Renault for this year.

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71dNate Saunders

Raikkonen fastest as McLaren woes continue

Kimi Raikkonen returned Ferrari to the top of the timing screens as McLaren completed just three laps due to a coolant leak detected early in the morning.

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72dNate Saunders

Hulkenberg fastest as McLaren hits trouble

Force India's Nico Hulkenberg tops the third day of testing as McLaren becomes the only team to fail to register a race distance following a hydraulics failure.

73dNate Saunders

Vettel top again after ultra-soft run

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel finished top for the second day in a row after a lap on Pirelli's new ultra-soft lap as world champions Mercedes rack up over 800km in mileage.

74dNate Saunders

Vettel quickest as Merc accumulates miles

Sebastian Vettel tops opening day of Barcelona testing as Lewis Hamilton completes well over two race distances -- 157 laps -- in his Mercedes.

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80dNate Saunders

Toro Rosso too late to run 2016 livery

Late switch to Ferrari engines means Toro Rosso will run a temporary plain blue livery for first test in Barcelona before proper presentation the following week.

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107dNate Saunders

Alonso's 2015 a good lesson for Sainz

Carlos Sainz says he learned a lot from observing fellow Spaniard Fernando Alonso and how the McLaren driver dealt with a difficult 2015.

Verstappen runs Red Bull down the mountain (1:03)
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119dNate Saunders

Toro Rosso's early 2015 form frustrated Kvyat

Daniil Kvyat concedes to feeling frustrated with the strong form of former team Toro Rosso in early 2015 as he initially struggled to adapt to life at Red Bull.

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120dNate Saunders

Perez to Verstappen: Maximise your opportunities

Sergio Perez has advised the in-demand Max Verstappen to make the most of every opportunity presented to him in F1 as "you don't know if you are going to be in the right team at the right moment"

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121dNate Saunders

2016 Toro Rosso compromised by late Ferrari switch

Technical director James Key says the late switch to Ferrari engines for 2016 has been a "massive distraction" for Toro Rosso and has compromised development of this year's challenger.

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