Red Bull dependency can leave drivers broken

Red Bull dependency can leave drivers broken

Red Bull has given hundreds of drivers opportunities they would otherwise never have had, but things can get bleak when you fall out of favour with the drinks giant - as Daniil Kvyat is finding

It is no secret, or surprise, that Daniil Kvyat is hurting right now. Badly.

The 22-year-old was in the fast lane at Red Bull Racing, at times out-doing race-winning team-mate Daniel Ricciardo and scoring the team's first podium of 2016 after a muscular drive in China. Then he found himself dumped as suddenly as he had been promoted from junior team Toro Rosso to the main Red Bull Racing team at the end of 2014.

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