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Ready to race? Q&As with rookies Kvyat and Magnussen

On Saturday in Bahrain, Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat and McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen completed their final pre-season runs in their respective cars. The next time they drive in anger will be at Albert Park in Australia. The big question is: are they prepared for their Grand Prix debuts?Q: Daniil, how important was that day for you today, knowing that the next stop will be Melbourne?Daniil Kyat: It was a big relief for me and the team - and for Renault. We’ve made a huge step forward and managed to do a good amount of laps today with very positive signs. It gives self-confidence for the future. It was my last test day - and my first proper test day! So yes, it was an important...
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