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'Senior drivers won't like Max's debut'

Max Verstappen may find the reception a little chilly when he enters F1, according to former McLaren assistant team manager Tony Jardine. Next season Verstappen will make history when he becomes the youngest driver to compete in Formula 1. The Dutch racer will make his debut with Toro Rosso at just 17 years of age. Not everyone, though, will be happy with his very early debut. Jardine told Sky Sports News: "What the senior drivers will think about it - don't ask them, because they won't like it." However, Jardine, who also worked with Brabham and Lotus during his time in Formula 1, believes Verstappen has the ability to succeed in F1. "This kid is good," he said....
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