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Daniil Kvyat’s 2017 F1 Stay Shows Red Bull, Toro Rosso Really Do Have a Heart

This was not another Sebastien Buemi situation or a repeat of the Jean-Eric Vergne saga for Toro Rosso. It was never going to be a case of unscrewing one driver's crash helmet, tossing it away as if it were a faulty lightbulb, inserting another and continuing as normal. It was not even a case of identifying the least convincing of the four Red Bull boys, stuffing the unlucky one into the nearest cannon and firing him into the afterlife known as the World Endurance Championship, the DTM, IndyCar or Formula E. Why?  Because, for the first time in their decade-long existence, Toro Rosso were not dealing with an underperforming, good-for-nothing Formula One driver who could and should do better, but a vulnerable young man in desperate nee...

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