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Tost revealed that da Costa - who is part of the Red Bull Racing young driver programme - is next in line.I not like what you have acquired normally, definitely like what you are saying and the addition in which you say it. buy propecia 5mg online But who cares about trials too?
He said: "Antonio Felix da Costa is one of the candidates, but let's wait for the decision of Red Bull and, if they take Daniel, we assess who will be the choice for our second seat."
He completed running for both Red Bull and Toro Rosso at the recent Silverstone Young Driver Test and admitted that his aim for next season is to step up to F1.
However the decision all hangs on whether Daniel Ricciardo manages to nab the vacant Red Bull seat - thanks to Mark Webber retiring from F1 - from Kimi Raikkonen.