The 2004 was the third Toyota Racing season in F1, and the team hoped to continue the steady progress with its third car, TF104. But the reality turned out to be far from expectations. Even replacing chief designer Gustav Brunner with Mike Gascoyne in the middle of the year did not save the season for TF104. Gascoyne reworked the car to 104B specification which was introduced at the German Grand Prix. The B version did not change much, and the team freezed any further development to concentrate on the 2005 season car. Jarno Trulli, who raced the majority of the 2004 season for Renault signed the deal with Toyota for 2005 and joined the team for two last rounds of the championship.
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