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Why Kvyat's challenge to stay in F1 is only half-done
Only a couple of years ago it looked as if Daniil Kvyat's Formula 1 career was over. He was given another chance at the start of this year and impressed enough to keep his seat for 2020, but there's a big reason why he will need to step up again next year
To say that Daniil Kvyat has had a rollercoaster Formula 1 career is an understatement.
At the end of 2017, the Russian appeared to be in the process of disappearing into oblivion after being unceremoniously dumped out of the Red Bull programme. But for 2019 he was back at Toro Rosso, and back in some style.
In July he earned a spectacular third place in a rain-affected German Grand Prix, staying on the road and making the right calls on a day when so many others got it wrong - even if it was a fortuitous strategy call that ultimately got him to the podium.
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Kimi Raikkonen's emergence as a Formula 1 star in his rookie campaign remains one of the legendary storylines from 2001, but his exploits had an unwanted impact on his Sauber teammate's own prospects. Twenty years on from his first F1 podium at the Brazilian GP, here's how Nick Heidfeld's career was chilled by the Iceman.
Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton took victory at the Bahrain Grand Prix despite, for a change, not having the quickest car. But any hopes of developing its W12 to surpass Red Bull's RB16B in terms of outright speed could not have come at a worse time.
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