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Pierre Gasly's drop from Red Bull was not a 'demotion'

Red Bull Racing are notoriously ruthless with their drivers and have dropped multiple drivers midway through Formula 1 seasons. However, their latest 'demotion' has seemed to be a success with Pierre Gasly performing really well for Toro Rosso at the end of the 2019 season.  "It was a blossoming that was incredible," Marko told Autosport. "There, you can see what psychology is all about. Read more Felipe Massa on Sebastian Vettel's career and what the future holds for Ferrari "If I would say now that I had expected this, it would be a complete lie. "In contrast to [Daniil] Kvyat [who was moved from Red Bull to Toro Rosso in 2016], Gasly has risen again. Thank...
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