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Kvyat believes future with Red Bull still possible

Daniil Kvyat still thinks he can have a future within Red Bull, despite mounting speculation that he will be dropped for the next race in Mexico. After two races on the sidelines, Kvyat has returned to action at the United States Grand Prix because Pierre Gasly was supposed to be racing in the Super Formula finale in Japan. But with growing indications that Toro Rosso will choose Gasly and Brendon Hartley as its drivers for Mexico, Kvyat could be taking part in his final F1 race at Austin. Although Toro Rosso has not yet confirmed its plans, Kvyat is aware about the uncertainty, and plans to hold talks with Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko this weekend. But despite the difficult...
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