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F1 gets fired up

Ahead of Monday's online unveiling of the STR14, late last night Toro Rosso took to social media to let fans hear the sound of the Honda power unit it will use this season powering up for the first time this year. Of course, this is the same power unit that will power Red Bull and thereby, hopefully, give Max Verstappen (and Pierre Gasly) the opportunity to challenge Mercedes and Red Bull With an all-new (sort of) driver line-up in the shape of Daniil Kvyat and Alexander Albon, the Faenza team is hoping to take a significant step forward this year, following a somewhat disappointing debut season with Honda in 2018 (pictured). Unfortunately, as was the case last year, team boss Franz Tost...
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