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Kvyat admits ‘after Monaco, nothing seems difficult’

Toro Rosso rookie team-mate Daniil Kvyat will be getting his first taste of the Ile Notre-Dame this weekend, much as he did in Monaco last time out, but insists that the learning curve won't be as steep this time. The Russian was far from awe-struck by his first appearance in Monaco, working his way up the timesheets before eventually qualifying inside the top ten. His race, however, was cut short when his STR9 developed an exhaust problem and he had to retire, recording his first DNF in the top flight. Heading to Montreal, however, Kvyat insists that, despite the circuit's reputation as a disrespecter of ability and reputation, he is ready to take whatever is thrown at him. “The Gilles...
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