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Jean-Eric Vergne’s Future: Should Toro Rosso Driver Have Formula 1 Seat in 2015?

Jean-Eric Vergne's Formula One future hangs by a thread. After three seasons at Red Bull's sister team, Toro Rosso, Vergne is being replaced for 2015 by Max Verstappen. The Frenchman has been with Red Bull since 2007, and with no seat available at the main team it looks like the relationship will come to an end. He has less than six months to find a new drive and salvage his F1 career. Vergne has been active in single-seater competition since 2007. That year, he won the entry-level Formula Renault Campus France title with six wins from 13 races, and he was invited to join the Red Bull Junior Team. He moved up to Formula Renault 2.0 in 2008, coming sixth in the Eurocup standings and fourth in the Western European series. The following year ...

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