Carlos Sainz Jr. gives clues about the engine of the Toro Rosso for 2016

Rey Juan Carlos junto a Carlso Sainz Jr.has talked at length about the motors and the crisis of Red Bull. The story has had a lot of turnover, has long been rumored and there has not been a motorist that has escaped from speculations about whether it would be the new provider of Red Bull and Toro Rosso. Once the threat of Red Bull to go away and leave the grill without 4 cars, now everything seemed more clear about it.

Everything seems to indicate that Red Bull will continue with Renault in 2016, and will be, as they have announced, a year of transition to find a new provider of motor to 2017. The biggest problem is that the other motorists have voted no to the entry of the bikers independent, a condition that put Red Bull to stay in F1. So I’m afraid that it will continue talking about the engines for Red Bull beyond 2015.

Carlos Sainz y Verstappen en Toro RossoToro Rosso, the little sister of Red Bull looks like it has found a supplier and this will be Ferrari. Still need confirmation, but the Maranello does not have refused to provide them as they did with Red Bull for fear of being overcome. As I say, both the engine of Red Bull as the Toro Rosso for 2016 are quite clear as to lack of official confirmation, it is another thing to beyond 2016…

Carlos Sainz Jr. has given clues about the engine that will take the Toro Rosso, the team from the Italian Faenza will be according to Sainz more Italian, giving to understand that will be powered by Ferrari. The driver from madrid says that “I can say that Helmut Marko is happy. I think he is surprised with how it has gone this season and how we were able to compete with Red Bull. This gives me optimism, and I hope good news from him. Espeor that we have a motor with more power in 2016. Although I can not mention the name of the provider, I think that we could consider even more italians after this.“.

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