Daniil Kvyat not amused by criticism of modern era F1 drivers
Daniil Kvyat, the youngest rookie in current Formula 1, has hit back at suggestions drivers lack the hero status of the sport's past stars and tells critics of the new V6 turbo engine formula to be paitent.
Amid the sport's struggle to fill grandstands and boost television ratings in 2014, many have pointed the finger at the drivers for failing to compete in the charisma and courage stakes with greats like Villeneuve, Senna and Mansell.
Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher's manager Willi Weber, for example, this week hit out at the 'wimps' that today fill the Grand Prix grid.
Russian rookie Kvyat, who has impressed this season,...
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