Sep.2 (GMM) French formula one driver Sebastien Bourdais has demonstrated his Toro Rosso single seater on the streets of the capital city Paris. The 29-year-old, guided by police, took in sights including the famous Place de la Concorde and may even have triggered a few speed cameras, the German magazine Auto Motor und Sport reports.
-With motorcycle racing veteran Randy Mamola at the front, Force India driver Adrian Sutil got to be a passenger on the two-seater MotoGP Ducati at the San Marino round last weekend, according to motorsport-magazin.com. Mark Webber, who just days earlier showed Australian countryman Casey Stoner his Red Bull machine at the Monza test, also attended the event at the Misano track.-Toyota's F1 team manager Richard Cregan is leaving the outfit to "take an exciting new role elsewhere within motor sport," a statement released on Monday announced. The 48-year-old, who came into the sport with Toyota in 2002, will be replaced by current customer engine programme manager Jens Marquardt. "We are very sad to be losing a team member of Richard's qualities but we understand his reasons and we wish him the very best of luck in his new challenge," said team boss Tadashi Yamashina.