With the changes in the Formula1 rulebook every year, each team on the grid responds with a new design and these changes can be more difficult to point-out sometimes. And this video shows a full decade of design evolution of Scuderia Toro Rosso according to the F1, with a 360-degree view. Scuderia Toro Rosso have been racing in Formula One for 10 seasons. That’s 185 Grands Prix, 11 drivers and more than 93,000 kilometres raced on tracks around the world.
In its first season at the 2006 United States Grand Prix, Vitantonio Liuzzi scored the team's first point and the team's first and only pole position, podium and a rain-soaked victory by Sebastian Vettel at the 2008 Italian Grand Prix, what a finish it was. Over the years, Toro Rosso has been changing its engine, going from Cosworth power to Ferrari to Renault and now back to Ferrari again for the next season.
While the STR1 was an essentially RB1 iteration that David Coulthard, Christian Klien and Tonio Liuzzi drove, but the latest STR10 is as original as any other on the grid. The STR10 proved to a suitable platform for 17 year old Max Verstappen making his debut this year, outperforming his own wingman Carlos Sainz and became youngest-ever driver to race F1.