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Toro Rosso STR14 passes FIA's crash tests

Toro Rosso has confirmed its STR14 chassis has passed the mandatory FIA crash tests, meaning the car is cleared to take part in pre-season testing ahead of the new Formula 1 season. The Italian-based outfit is the first team to reveal its car has cleared crash testing – a mandatory requirement before a car can take part in pre-season testing under rules introduced in 2012. 'One step closer to being back on track for 2019, we've passed the FIA crash tests,' the team announced on Twitter. It's likely Toro Rosso completed their crash tests at Milan's CSI Laboratory, which is one of three FIA-approved test centres (the others being Cranfield's Impact Centre...
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