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  • Toyota brands F1 as 'too elitist'
  • May 19, 2010: The head of ex-Formula One team Toyota has labelled F1 as "too elitist" and said his company will focus on other forms of motorsport that are more open to the public

  • News
  • Stefan GP ends Toyota partnership
  • March 22, 2010: The Stefan Grand Prix team has ended its relationship with Toyota, having failed to make it to the Formula 1 grid this season

  • Team News
  • Ecclestone backs Stefan for 2010 grid slot
  • February 3, 2010: Bernie Ecclestone is backing Stefan GP to get a grid spot this season, and sees Ralf Schumacher as an ideal candidate to head the driver line up

  • Decade Review - Part Four
  • The rule-benders of the decade
  • December 31, 2009: We look back at the biggest scandals and disappointments of the past decade

  • Toyota
  • Toyota cuts 500 jobs after F1 exit
  • December 4, 2009: Toyota Motorsport has cut 500 people from its workforce as a direct result of pulling out of Formula One, according the German press agency DPA

  • Toyota
  • Toyota will stay in NASCAR
  • November 10, 2009: Toyota will stay in NASCAR next year despite pulling the plug on its Formula One operation earlier this month

  • Driver market news
  • Kobayashi hopeful of 2010 seat
  • November 6, 2009: Kamui Kobayashi is hopeful of securing a drive at new team Lotus for next season

  • Team news
  • Toyota blame 'economic realities' for F1 withdrawal
  • November 4, 2009: Toyota have announced they will be withdrawing from F1 with immediate effect. The Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) cited "current severe economic realities" as the reason for the decision

  • Bahrain GP
  • Button scores third victory of the season
  • April 26, 2009: Jenson Button claimed his and Brawn GP's third victory of the season, finishing seven seconds clear of Sebastian Vettel's Red Bull in Bahrain

  • Australian GP
  • Button takes dominant debut victory for Brawn
  • March 29, 2009: Jenson Button took a dominant victory ahead of team-mate Rubens Barrichello at the Australian Grand Prix, giving Brawn GP a one-two finish in their debut race

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