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August 24, 2015 9:53 AM

F1 » Kvyat: I had so much adrenaline

Between the two Red Bull drivers, at least for today, there is no denying that Ricciardo is the better racer. He is more aggressive, knows how to extract the car's potential and is generally faster, even if that means crossing the line every now and then. The unexpected, however, is that Kvyat seems to be spurring Ricciardo more than Vettel ever did, which means they are a great duo. With that said, Kvyat has still not blossomed. Only now he is getting his groove on. His natural racing style is very different from Ricciardo's, because it is more cautious, more dependable, but lacks decisiveness at times. Hungary and Spa have showed that Kvyat is hard at work improving the aggressive side of driving. Thing is, an F1 driver proves his worth outside the track in no less proportion than during the races. Here, Kvyat appears to be outdoing his teammate by a wide margin. He does exactly what the team asks, never complains or argues, keeps his opinion to himself most of the time, and thus,


May 13, 2015 10:20 AM

F1 » Ricciardo ponders Kvyat development contribution

Aw, come on, Ric. It's just frustration talking. Red Bull has been on the decline since last year and no driver's feedback could ever help it get back to the top. The issue goes much deeper. Renault is in the midst of a crisis, Red Bull F1 Team has very little experience dealing with underprormance (look at Hamlet Marko going all Ferrari on the press), the other teams are unlikely to save the sinking Red Bull ship after it has been dominating 4 years straight vetoing most proposed car changes. Basically, all odds are against the Red Bull guys. I do feel sorry for Ric because he definitely has the racecraft to be a championship winner. On the other hand, I cannot help but gloom over Kvyat. It looks as though he is going to share the fate of Petrov. Came to an alleged top team, only to be forced into development with no real knowledge of the process. The lad didn't even get to show himself on the track.


February 14, 2015 11:22 AM

F1 » Red Bull Juniors – where are they now?

Props to them for supporting all this young talent over the years, but I can't help but stay in two minds over the sheer number of participants. Do you guys think they went for the numbers to create an atmosphere of healthy competition, where only the best ones survive? Or were they simply willing to pick their characters from across the globe to have equal backing around the world?

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