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Verstappen to replace Vergne at Toro Rosso in 2015

Max Verstappen to become youngest F1 debutant Toro Rosso has confirmed reports that highly rated Max Verstappen, who recently was signed up for the red bull junior programme, will become Formula 1′s youngest ever race driver next year. The teenage Dutchman, whose father Jos drove for Toro Rosso's former guise Minardi just over a decade ago, will replace Jean-Eric Vergne starting in 2015. Team boss Franz Tost thanked Frenchman Vergne for his 'hard work' since his 2012 debut and tipped him to 'show that he still deserves another opportunity in Formula 1″. This development is also bad news for Carlos Sainz jr, who was previously the favourite to be Russian Daniil Kvyat's next...
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