Ignore those early test times!
Apparently when Gustav Brunner began at Toyota, he took one look at the current test car, and basically pronounced it a piece of ****! Thus he did absolutely no work on it, and went straightaway to designing the '02 effort, which is said to be substantially different in design from the current car, which was used primarily for testing internal parts and tires.
So anyway, how much better would you expect the new car to be than the current test car? Enough to put them in midfield straight away? Or will they be tooling around at the back of the grid all year?
Given Brunners reputation, is the motor the big question this year?
What do you think will happen with a completely different car? Can they force Honda into buying a team by performing above expectations?
What do you think?