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Toro Rosso drivers don’t feel threatened by next generation

style="margin: 0px; font-family: Times;">   HOCKENHEIM 17th July, 2014 (F1Plus / Graham Keilloh) - The Red Bull young drivers’ programme is known for being cut-throat. Drivers are often discarded ruthlessly, while for each driver in the programme it never seems to take long for the next contender to emerge, possibly to usurp them.   Indeed, the latest driver from the Red Bull ‘conveyor belt’ Carlos Sainz Jr. confirmed in recent days that he had been approached by the new management of the Caterham team to fill an Formula One race seat there, possibly as early as during this season.   Current Toro Rosso drivers Daniil Kvyat and Jean-Eric Vergne insisted...
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