Toyota’s first Formula 1 car will be unveiled to the world on 23 March 2001 at one of motor sport’s most historic and challenging Grand Prix tracks; Circuit Paul Ricard near Marseille in the South of France.
The weekend dawned damp and misty, but there was a glint of sun low on the horizon and a rainbow in the sky. Ideal rally conditions, but this rally had a difference. The cars were Scalextric type, but the rivalry full scale.
Toyota’s Ambitious Approach to Europe With a total production in 1998 of almost 5.2 million vehicles, including Daihatsu, Toyota is the third largest manufacturer of cars and light commercial vehicles in the world. In Japan, the company has been the […]
They do things bigger in America, which in part explains why Toyota has a desert racing pick-up truck with a 500bhp engine. Of course, once you’ve got such a beast it could only be driven by someone known as the “Ironman”.