These pictures show the Toyota TF110 chassis in the colours Stefan GP hoped to race it in 2010.
Stefan GP planned to take the place of US F1 after the team pulled out shortly before the season began. However the FIA did not grant them permission to compete.
Two TF110 chassis were built but not raced by Toyota as they pulled out at the end of 2010.
The car is pictured in its ‘testing specification’. A race upgrade package was also planned which included an exhaust-blown diffuser as several teams ran in 2010.
It also featured alterations to the front and rear wings. The team did not have an F-duct for the car, although according to Toyota “we had done plenty of work on rear-wing stalling”.
A second chassis, which remained in black, has not turned a wheel.
Stefan GP applied for the 13th grid slot again in 2011 but no team was awarded the place.
Here are a few technical details on the car:
Engine: Toyota RVX-10, 2.4-litre 90-degree V8. Limited to 18,000 rpm, produces “over 700 bhp”.
Transmission: Toyota seven-speed unit plus reverse with a Toyota-designed main case.
Wheels: BBS forged magnesium
Electronics: Toyota / Magneti Marelli / McLaren Electronic Systems
Weight: 620 kg including driver
Overall length: 5050 mm
Overall height: 950 mm
Overall width: 1800 mm
Wheelbase: 3300 mm
Here are the pictures of the Toyota TF110 in Stefan GP colours:
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Image © Toyota Motorsport Gmbh