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Why Daniil Kvyat Will Be the Driver to Watch at the 2015 Singapore Grand Prix

In football, they refer to it simply as the Dustbin Run. As author Mike Calvin told Sky Sports, the training exercise requires its participants to complete "300-yard" shuttle runs from a makeshift start line to a "council bin" at the opposite end of a field, with no fixed timescale. Its purpose is not to enhance a young player's agility, acceleration and sprint speed, or to boost their endurance levels—but to make them vomit.  It is at that point, as their breakfast becomes a fertiliser, when the decision lies with the player: Do they have the guts to continue, or do they cry for mercy? Such a routine can provide the tormentors otherwise known as coaches with more information about their squad than facts, figures and statistics ...

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