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Jean-Eric Vergne Hoping for 2013 Repeat in Montreal

The two Scuderia Toro Rosso drivers will be hoping for a change of fortune when the F1 season arrives in Montreal, Canada for round seven of the championship. Both Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniil Kvyat qualified inside the top ten in Monaco but both were forced out of the race with exhaust issues while running inside the points. Vergne returns to the track where he had arguably his best race of 2013 when he finished sixth after qualifying seventh. His 2014 campaign hasn’t gone smoothly for the Frenchman however, with four retirements from six races, including last time out in Monaco where he was on for some points. He hasn’t added to his points tally since the opening round of the season...
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