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Daniil Kvyat not impressed with Alex Albon at the 2019 Italian Grand Prix

For the second successive race, Daniil Kvyat is not impressed with the speed of his former Toro Rosso team-mate Alexander Albon. Since joining Red Bull during the summer break, it seems as if Kvyat is not Albon's biggest fan and the Russian driver believes he could've kept the Thai driver behind him at the Italian Grand Prix at the weekend. Kvyat was ahead of Albon, but an oil leak towards the end of the race meant the former Red Bull man had to retire from the race early. Kvyat believes he could've finished in sixth and ahead of Albon if it wasn't for the unfortunate leakage. Read more Confirmed: Kvyat's retirement due to Honda engine oil leak Daniil Kvyat critical of Alex Albon's debut...
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