Nielsen moves from Caterham to Toro Rosso 17 January, 2013 Jan.17 (GMM) Just a year after switching from Renault to Caterham, Steve Nielsen will now become Toro Rosso’s new sporting director, according to Finnish newspaper Turun Sanomat. Briton Nielsen only moved to Caterham in December 2011. Toro Rosso driver Daniel Ricciardo said this week that he is confident about the Red Bull-owned team’s 2013 plans. “But even if they tell me [the 2013 car] is the best thing since sliced bread, I’m not going to get too excited until I drive it and feel comfortable myself. “But we’ve definitely got good expectations,” he told the Faenza based team’s website. Toro Rosso finished the 2012 season in ninth place, ahead only of F1′s non-scorers Caterham, Marussia and HRT. Subbed by AJN. Related NewsExperts agree Kvyat is future F1 superstarToro Rosso: We scored points again which is quite positiveToro Rosso: We had pace for both cars to get into Q3Toro Rosso: We lost a little bit of balance with the carFranz Tosts gives his Toro Rosso half term reportHungarian Grand Prix: Toro Rosso preview BudapestToro Rosso: we were expecting some pointsToro Rosso: Overall we are very pleasedToro Rosso: Neither driver is particularly happyToro Rosso: A very productive day McLarenfan Daniel I wouldn’t take it at face value either.