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Vergne: All maxed out?

The signing of Max Verstappen signals end of the F1 road for Jean-Eric Vergne as the Frenchman becomes latest victim of Faenza outfit's pick 'n' mix approach.It is ironic that when he lines up on the grid in Melbourne next March, Max Verstappen will break the record currently held by Jaime Alguersuari, that of being the youngest ever driver to contest a World Championship Grand Prix. Currently, the Spaniard holds the record having started the 2009 Hungarian Grand Prix at the ripe old age of 19 years 125 days. Verstappen will line up on the Albert Park grid aged around 17 years 166 days.Whilst Toro Rosso can proudly boast that it kick-started the F1 careers of Sebastian Vettel and Daniel...
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