James Key to start work at Toro Rosso on Monday 1 September, 2012 Sep.1 (GMM) James Key will start work at Toro Rosso on Monday morning, Italy’s well-connected Autosprint reports. With the Faenza based team’s technical boss Giorgio Ascanelli “going on holiday” recently, it has been reported that his permanent replacement could be the former Sauber and Force India man Key, a 40-year-old Briton. Autosprint said Key has now served his 6 months of mandatory ‘gardening leave’ since leaving Sauber and is ready to start work at Toro Rosso. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsTost: Talented fighter Kvyat can become top F1 driverVerstappen chooses number 33 for F1 careerVerstappen: I definitely didn’t expect it to happen as it didVerstappen: I have had no major difficultiesToro Rosso set to keep Spanish sponsorSainz drops the Junior as F1 career beginsSainz confirmed as Toro Rosso driver for 2015Vergne says he is a victim of circumstancesToro Rosso set to confirm Sainz next weekVergne bids au revoir to Toro Rosso McLaren Fan He could well influence some major changes to the disaster they call a car before HRT leave them at the back of the grid. But changes will not come instantly it takes time that the team don’t have.