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Russian Daniil Kvyat to race for Toro Rosso in 2014

Daniel Ricciardo replacement move confirms Russia keeps pushing to become a force in Formula 1; two drivers, a GP to host, and a big audience.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013

October 22nd, 2013 (F1plus/GMM).- Yes, indeed, We were all taken by surprise when Russian teenager Daniil Kvyat was named on Monday as Toro Rosso's replacement for Red Bull bound Australian Daniel
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The 19-year-old Russian -- has experience in GP3 and the European Championship Formula 3 series -- will partner Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne at the sister stable of the all-conquering Red Bull team.

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"This is wonderful news, a dream has become reality, and I thank both Red Bull and Toro Rosso for giving me this opportunity," said the Rome-based Kvyat.

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Earlier, Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost had said that Kvyat, who is the first driver to leap straight to F1 from GP3, was too young for 2014.

"I think usually formula one drivers should be at least 20 or 21," he had said.

But now, Tost insists Kvyat is "very talented", having "impressed" the Faenza based team with his F1 test at Silverstone this year.

Portuguese da Costa, meanwhile, wrote on Twitter that Red Bull's decision "hurts", but insisted "it's not over".

The 22-year-old has also struggled at times in the Formula Renault 3.5 series this year, while Dr Helmut Marko insists Kvyat has flourished in his development.

Russian Kvyat remains in contention for this year's GP3 title, and Red Bull's Marko said on Austrian Servus TV he has also thrived in F3.

"Whatever we have put him in, he has performed right off the bat," Marko said late on Monday.

Marko denied that, unlike Sauber's Russian teen Sergey Sirotkin, the fact Russia will host its inaugural grand prix next year has had a direct influence on the choice.

"What he showed in the (F1) testing was remarkable," Marko insisted. "If a young driver shows the talent, the passion and a strong work ethic, we give him a chance."

And the correspondent for the German newspaper Bild, Frank Schneider, added: "It is quite possible Toro Rosso will also get a new sponsor or two."

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