Russia’s Red Bull driver Daniil Kvyat steers his car during the Formula One Russian Grand Prix at the Sochi Autodrom racetrack in Sochi, Russia, Sunday, May 1, 2016.(AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev)
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Former champions Red Bull replaced Daniil Kvyat with Dutch hotshot Max Verstappen Thursday in a team shake-up that punished the Russian for a nightmare home grand prix last weekend.Kvyat will now return to the Red Bull-owned Toro Rosso sister team that he graduated from in 2014 while 18-year-old Verstappen moves up alongside Australian Daniel Ricciardo.Verstappen, son of former racer Jos, is considered by many to be a future Formula One world champion and Red Bull had been expected to promote him anyway at the end of the season.Most fans sided with Kvyat, and he was named Driver of the Day after finishing third, but he had no defenders after colliding twice with Vettel in Sochi last weekend.
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