The season 2016, has finished in the World of Rally, but that means, more than ever, the beginning of a race for the final development and homologation of World Rally Cars of new generation. The margin of the ‘cumbersome’ travel to Rally Australia and the gala final of the contest in Sydney, Toyota Gazoo Racing has been able to take advantage of the time in order to accrue more miles with the Toyota Yaris WRC on asphalt. In fact, the team of Tommi Mäkinen tested two different units of its World Rally Car during the last week in Spain to test the new aero kit.
Of new Catalonia was the scene of these tests of the computer on which they were able to see two Toyota Yaris WRC is very different. The first of them, white-spotless, it was the same unit that was used by the team in the debut of the Yaris WRC on asphalt a few weeks ago and somehow the mule testing initial so as to test the specifications of asphalt. For his part, the second drive of the Toyota Yaris featured an aerodynamic kit, more evolved with steps of wheel widened and new splitter up front that without a doubt born of the experience gained with the previous model.
You want more? Here is some action with our #Toyota #YarisWRC testing on tarmac! Hope you like it!#TGR_WRC pic.twitter.com/J0YYbklpgi
— TGR_WRC (@TGR_WRC) 22 November 2016
Juho Hänninen was commissioned to test both the Toyota Yaris WRC and
any way to make a work of comparison between both versions with
the objective of verify the improvements and evolution that is presented by the second unit in their behavior. A complex work than the computer itself
Toyota Gazoo Racing has wanted to show with orn small video via
social networks in which you can see the two Toyota Yaris
action. A small pill that serves as an appetizer before the official presentation
the team that will take place next December 13.
then, the formation of Tommi Mäkinen must close your payroll
pilots. With Juho Hänninen confirmed, the two pilots that have more
options to close the payroll of the team are Jari-Matti Latvala and
Esapekka Lappi, thus forming a trio 100% Finnish in that no doubt
it combines experience, youth and knowledge of the Toyota Yaris. With
all, you have to define at what point you can introduce the third
competitive unit of the Yaris WRC, as their participation in the Rally
Monte carlo seems to be almost ruled out With the fourth event of the calendar
as a potential target, one of the three pilots will have a program