"The car appears to be fast but not over long distance," said Jarno Trulli to the Gazetta dello Sport. "It's not a weight distribution problem but we don't know if it is related to aerodynamics or mechanical."
"There is too much rear tire wear," explained the Italian. "We still have three weeks [before the Australian Grand Prix] to find a solution."
Jarno Trulli analyses the TF105's reaction, which seems to be similar to another car he drove a few years ago… that was also designed under the supervision of Mike Gascoyne. "The car becomes more difficult to drive after just three laps, which reminds me of my old Jordan. It's too bad because it is easy to drive and the engine is now reliable."
With all the money Toyota is sinking into F1 we doubt they are going to have much patience for a car that reminds their drivers of a lowly Jordan. If indeed the TF105 can't be fixed, look for their design boss, Mike Gascoyne to be replaced.