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Formula 1: Swift Rise of Russian Star
October 6, 2014 11:29


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The world press has hailed the swift promotion of Russian-born driver in Formula 1.
 
Red Bull Racing has lost Sebastian Vettel who was lured with a fantastic contract by Ferrari but quickly found a replacement in its second string Toro Rosso team for 2015.
 
Sky Sports has praised Kvyat in their publication.
 
“Red Bull's philosophy has always been to invest in youth. That's where Seb's come from, that's where Daniel's come from and Daniil Kvyat looks an outstanding talent as well,"  team boss Christian Horner said.
“We want to have a productive, constructive atmosphere in the team and that’s what we have with the youngsters,” Red Bull's advisor Marko added.
NBC Sports has given the story a lot of focus, too.
“Daniil Kvyat has become the surprise winner of silly season’s latest plot twist as the 2015 Formula 1 driver market begins to take shape,” runs the article on its website.
Kvyat has not earned a lot of points yet, but the Russian has put in some very impressive displays during his rookie season. “He boasts an attitude that reaches beyond his 20 years, and is the ‘next big thing’ in Red Bull’s young driver programme,” the publication goes on to say.
“Yes, I’m confident I am [ready],” he told journalists. “Obviously Red Bull rely on me. They show certain trust by making this decision, which I really appreciate.”
“This kind of decision is taken because they know what kind of driver I am, and I will do my best to prove them right,” the 20-year-old driver born in Ufa added.
Formula1.com lavished praise on Kvyat, too, sharing the statement by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner. "It's the end of a cycle of course, but it's also the start of a new cycle: Daniel [Ricciardo] is doing a great job this year and has got three wins already – he shows the new strength we have coming through and we're excited about the prospect of Kvyat lining up with him. They're the next generation," said Horner.
Focusing on youth support programs, gulfnews.com interviewed Kvyat, who’s been with Red Bull Junior Team since 2010.
“You have to think that you’ve been given the chance, and you just try to use it as good as you can,” Kvyat said. “You cannot really be thinking too much about if there is some limited time about it. I’ve been given a chance and I’m just doing my best all of the time, trying to make the best out of it,” said the rising star.
Russia-IC wishes Kvyat all the best and hopes to be able to follow his victories.
 



Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Daniil Kvyat     

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