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Sainz on hold after Verstappen signing

In the wake of Max Verstappen's signing, life goes on for two other drivers who were overtaken by the fresh-faced teenager. Last year, Antonio Felix da Costa was the cream of Red Bull's development programme, but a dip in form saw him miss out on a Toro Rosso seat to Daniil Kvyat. Now, Verstappen has overtaken the 22-year-old Portuguese as well. "I can only say that I have never enjoyed a season as much as this year in DTM with BMW and Red Bull," da Costa, also involved in the new Formula E series, wrote on Instagram. "(DTM is) such a hard series full of pro drivers. May another 10 years come, and best of luck to this kid Max Verstappen," he added. Da Costa also sent out...
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