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- Sebastian Vettel in action in the RB7. “Testing has gone well today. It’s quite tricky with the rear wing – it acts in a similar manner to the f-duct last year, so naturally, as a driver, you want to use it as much as you can,” the world champion said. “When the tyres go off, it’s not as easy to use as when the tyres are fresh, but you get used to it. KERS [Kinetic Energy Recovery System, reintroduced this season] is not so easy to use, but again it’s a case of getting used to it – it's practice in the end.”
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber were on the podium at Silverstone as Ferrari's Fernando Alonso won an action-packed British Grand Prix.
by Matt Youson
While Sebastian Vettel took the trophy in Valencia's European GP, drive of the day belongs to Toro Rosso's Jaime Alguersuari.
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Jaime Alguersuari’s Chinese Grand Prix may have ended prematurely with only three wheels on the Spanish driver's Toro Rosso STR6, but he has plenty of reasons to be cheerful.
F1 Tech Talk: Toro Rosso's double floor 22/03/2011
If Formula One gave awards for radical design Toro Rosso’s STR6 would have a full trophy cabinet. Chief designer Ben Butler talks us through Faenza’s latest creation.
We spoke to Toro Rosso's Spanish driver Jaime Alguersuari as the Italian team launched the new STR6 in Valencia, Spain, on Tuesday, February 1.