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Kvyat: Everything starts from zero

Daniil Kvyat admits that he has good memories of his previous visits to Spa-Francorchamps, but admits that they will count for little when F1 rocks up for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. The Russian has impressed in his debut F1 campaign but, like Toro Rosso team-mate Jean-Eric Vergne, does not have the results to show for it. The pair remain outside the top ten of the drivers' standings, with Frenchman Vergne holding the upper hand in terms of points, and Kvyat is determined to address that in the second half of the season. Having been confirmed for a second year with STR in 2015, when he will be partnered by fellow teen sensation Max Verstappen. Kvyat has already turned his attention...
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