Thursday, December 15, 2011

Tost: "With two years of experience and stop being a newbie"

The Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost said the decision not to renew Alguersuari and Sebastian Buemi as race driver was taken to continue the spirit of the team to be a school for beginners and explained that they have already stopped be rookies.

"Sebastien has been with us three seasons, and James, two and a half. Both have worked very hard for the team, to the best of themselves and making some good results," Tost said in a note to the team.

"Anyway," Tost added, "the team Toro Rosso has always had the goal of being a training school for beginners. And with two years of experience and stop being a rookie."

For Franz Tost "Ideally what Toro Rosso to Red Bull Racing pass," but in this team, in which Germany's Sebastian Vettel are world champions the last two seasons, and Australian Mark Webber, "right now There are no vacancies. "

"Maybe this decision was seen as hard, but Formula One is a difficult and Toro Rosso has always been very clear about the principles that have to choose the drivers," Tost added, for whom "it is frustrating," have where young and inexperienced drivers sign instead of trying to count with more veterans.


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