Toyota racing spreads its racing history from 1957 till date. The Toyota racing team is owned by Japan based Toyota motors. The racing division is based in Germany and started its journey in racing in the year of 1957.
Toyota motors entered in the racing motor sports in the Australia motor sport trial in 1957. The company later made its roots in a Formula 1 team in 1972. In 1972, Anderson’s motor sport team, in the Formula 1 race, used Toyota Celica. The team was later named as Toyota Team Europe, which later was bought by Toyota in 1993.
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Toyota racing team debuted in the Formula 1 race in 2002, with the Toyota model TF102 introduced in the debut motor sport entry. The racing team from Toyota made their biggest investment in the development of the Toyota racing team, yet scored only two points over the year.
In 2003, Toyota racing team brought in Cristiano Da Matta in the driver line up and made the scoring higher in Germany. The Toyota racing team also scored higher with their safety cards introduced in 2003 and the team could make second place in the British Grand Prix.
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