The new Toyota Formula One team made a significant step in its progress towards its 2002 racing programme today by firing up its first ever V10 Formula One engine at its base in Cologne, Germany. Overseen by Team President Ove Andersson, Technical Director André de Cortanze and Engine Chief Norbert Kreyer, the engine was started on the test bench at 10.00 local time, representing a landmark step for the Toyota Motor Corporation.
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