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Max Verstappen secures Toro Rosso race seat

Max Verstappen will become the youngest ever Formula 1 driver next season when he replaces Jean-Eric Vergne at Toro Rosso. The Red Bull junior team has confirmed that the Dutchman, set to be just 17-years-old when he lines up for next year's Australian Grand Prix, will drive alongside Daniil Kvyat Verstappen currently competes in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship and was announced as a Red Bull development driver last week. 'Ever since I was seven years old, Formula 1 has been my career goal, so this opportunity is truly a dream come true,' said Verstappen. The rising star is the son of Jos Verstappen, who drove 106 F1 grands prix with Benetton, Simtek, Footwork, Tyrell, Stewart,...
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