Toyota is not worried that its suspension problems at the Canadian grand prix might recur on the high speed Indianapolis circuit this weekend.
F1 is now making the short dash south from Montreal to the United States of America, and the cars will be back in action mere days after Jarno Trulli suffered two front upright failures across the Canadian kerbs.
The Indy circuit features notorious banking, and was the scene of Ralf Schumacher’s dramatic crashes in recent years.
But Toyota’s chassis boss Pascal Vasselon said on Monday: “We are not concerned that the issue we faced with the front suspension during practice for the Canadian grand prix will reappear.
“Turn 8 at Montreal is unique and we will now have enough time to rectify the issue.”