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Marko eyes F1 debut for rookie Verstappen

Red Bull may not be giving up on hot talent Max Verstappen. The talented 16-year-old son of former F1 driver Jos Verstappen, in the midst of a meteoric switch from karting to junior single seaters, recently visited the paddock on the invitation of several formula one teams. Father and son sat down with the boss of Red Bull's prolific driver development programme, Dr Helmut Marko, but reportedly ultimately decided to sign with Mercedes. Italy's Autosprint said recently that Verstappen jr hopes to make the move to GP2 for 2015, but in the meantime could shortly make his F1 test debut. However, Italiaracing reports that the story of Verstappen's dramatic arrival on the formula one radar may...
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