Daniel Ricciardo, Toro Rosso, Monza, 2013

2013 Italian Grand Prix practice in pictures

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Pictures from the first day of practice for the Italian Grand Prix.

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9 comments on “2013 Italian Grand Prix practice in pictures”

  1. I like how the Toro Rosso now looks like they’ve just stuck a tin can on the side of their car, love it!

    1. I agree, it looks great, and from a glance you can instantly spot the difference between them and Red Bull. I imagine it will be the usual livery next time though, unfortunately.

      1. You never know, they might advertise the Red Bull silver edition (lime flavour) or blue edition (blueberry flavour) cans next time.

    2. Hehe, @andae23, I agree aswell as @dodge5847 and hope their next liveries will difference more to the A-team like in 2008 when it was a bit of a pink bull on the sidepods.

      And the Toro Rosso is too shady.

    3. @andae23: I love how the Torro Rosso looks. Why can’t they change the regular livery to this? Can a team change livery mid season? I have also seen some new pictures of the 2014 Lotus surfacing the web with new sponsors, looks amazing. Have you seen them?

      1. @aish Not sure about aerodynamic performance, but that livery looks stunning!

      2. @aish FIA claims that the advertising should never suffer significant changes, I mean claims because they seem not to care much these days, around 13 years ago they forced BAR to merge 2 of their tobacco sponsorships because they wouldn’t allow them to run special contrasting liveries throughout the year but a few year later they let them run the blue 555 in china.

  2. Every time I see the NOVA logo on the Toro Rosso I read “NOVA Robotics” in my mind.
    I then do a double take and read “NOVA Chemicals”.

  3. I have a suggestion. I really enjoy predicting pole times and I’d love to see a reverse leader board of aggregate difference in predictions over the season. :)

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