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Verstappen's age a talking point at Belgian GP

Although Daniil Kvyat is only 20 years old he will be in the unusual position of being Toro Rosso's senior driver next season. The Russian is set to race alongside Max Verstappen, who will be 17 when the 2015 season starts, making him the youngest ever F1 driver. Kvyat tips Verstappen -- who is replacing Jean-Eric Vergne -- to handle the pressure. 'I think it's not as complicated as it looks to all of you,' Kvyat said Thursday. 'I think any driver can come to Formula One, can adapt, can get up to speed ... because he has talent, because he has been successful somewhere.' Other drivers, however, worry that Verstappen may struggle to cope with the demands of F1. '17 is a little bit young. We...
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