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Why did Red Bull choose Max Verstappen? Here are three reasons

August 20, 2014 (F1plus/Bruno Ferreira).- OK, let’s be honest: there’s not even one single person who wasn’t astonished with the announcement that 16-yeard-old Max Verstappen will be one of Toro Rosso’s drivers from 2015 F1 season. However, this is the kind of news that might seem shocking at a first, but with the benefit of hindsight, it makes sense, as it’s indeed a more logical than an impulsive decision. With that being said, let’s make a list of three recent milestones that led Toro Rosso to take such decision. 1 – Red Bull’s intercrop period (2013) Since its Junior Team was founded, Red Bull managed to develop huge stars, especially the brilliant duo Sebastian Vettel...
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