Image credits: © Toyota.

2002 Toyota TF102

Introduction of the Race-Ready TF102

The new car, ready for its racing debut in 2002, was given a fresh paint job in the Toyota corporate red and white.

The TF102 had reflected the results of almost a year of testing, designed by Dago Rohrer, technical manager of the chassis department and Gustav Brunner, the chief designer who had come on board in May.

Brunner said, 'The car tested during 2001 showed the results we wanted. This new model reflects the latest technology, and has a much more conventional setup than the test car.'

2002 Toyota TF102The TF102 featured a newly developed RVX-02 engine, designed by Norbert Kreyer and the team that designed and built the RVX-01.

Ove Andersson, president of TMG at the time announced the team's readiness to join the F1 battle, saying, 'Our goal for next year is first to 'learn,' and second to be recognized as having been competitive.'

The Panasonic Toyota Racing team captures sixth place in its debut race, securing two points, and finishing ninth in the constructor's championship.

Source - Toyota

Drivers:
United Kingdom Allan McNish
Finland Mika Juhani Salo

Team
Japan Panasonic Toyota Racing

2002 Season
Engine: Toyota RVX-02

2009 Entry: TF109
2008 Entry: TF108
2007 Entry: TF107
2006 Entry: TF106
2005 Entry: TF105
2004 Entry: TF104
2003 Entry: TF103
Concepts by Toyota

Toyota Monthly Sales Volume

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185,386
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163,977
October 2018
168,386
September 2018
178,501
August 2018
194,433
July 2018
183,367
June 2018
185,852
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