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The battle of the Red Bull juniors

July 1st, 2014 (F1plus/Katie Grimmet).- The Austrian Grand Prix was, in many ways, a complete success, the decision to sign Daniel Ricciardo at Red Bull was inspired and his replacement Daniil Kyvat is making a name for himself at sister team, Toro Rosso. The four-time world champions may be adrift of Mercedes in the constructors’ battle but the Red Bull Junior Team suggests their impressive run of form could continue. Should they choose to stick around, of course. The Red Bull Junior Team is pretty well established by now and can boast Sebastian Vettel to its credit. Founded back in 2001, the brief has been clear - find future world championships and help them on their way to glory. So...
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