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Kvyat unfazed despite three consecutive retirements

Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat insists that he still has every reason to be pleased with his first eighth races in Formula One, despite three consecutive retirements since Monaco. Kvyat, who scored points on his debut in Australia, becoming the youngest point scorer in the history of F1, insists that both he and his Toro Rosso team have extracted all they can from their package in the opening part of the season. “I think we’ve achieved the maximum from ourselves, we’ve been talking maximum out of our package,” said the Russian during Thursday’s FIA press conference. “I was always learning some new things, it’s been always a good improvement through the season.” Asked whether...
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