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Daniil Kvyat Proves Himself at Red Bull with 1st F1 Podium at 2015 Hungarian GP

The verdict delivered by Dr. Evil was as blunt as it was damning.Helmut Marko, Red Bull's motorsport consultant, had just witnessed his young-driver scheme, the best junior academy in Formula One, turned on its head over the Spanish Grand Prix weekend.The might of Red Bull Racing, the four-time constructors' champions, had—not for the first time in the opening five races of 2015—been upstaged by their support act, Scuderia Toro Rosso, at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.Carlos Sainz Jr. and Max Verstappen, the rookie pairing, had locked out the third row of the grid in Spain, and while Daniel Ricciardo salvaged some pride for the A-team by finishing seventh in the race, it was Toro Rosso who made the greatest impression."Our e...

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