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Russian
26 April 1994 (25)
François Picard (26 April 1921)
Jean-Pierre Beltoise (26 April 1937)
Gus Hutchison (26 April 1937)
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José Dolhem (26 April 1944)
Johnny Dumfries (26 April 1958)

statistics

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3 (3.2%)
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0 (0%)
2nd (2015 Hungarian Grand Prix)
4th
5
93
92
167 (1.8 points per race avg)
4719
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1 (1.1%)
21 (22.6%)
2014 Australian Grand Prix
2019 United States Grand Prix

about Daniil Kvyat

Daniil Vyacheslavovich Kvyat (Russian: ??????? ????????????? ????, IPA: [d?n???il v??t???slav?v??t? kv?at], born 26 April 1994), is a Russian auto racing driver. He was runner-up at the 2012 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, and GP3 Series champion in 2013. He joined Formula One as a Toro Rosso driver in 2014 finishing 15th in the World Championship. He then moved on to Red Bull Racing to partner Daniel Ricciardo for the 2015 season. He scored his first Formula One podium finish at the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix, finishing second behind Sebastian Vettel. He returned to Toro Rosso ahead of the 2016 Spanish Grand Prix, but was later dropped from the Red Bull family after the 2017 United States Grand Prix.


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seasons

2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2014 Jean-Éric Vergne
Toro Rosso compare 2014
2015 Daniel Ricciardo
Red Bull compare 2015
2016 Daniel Ricciardo
Max Verstappen
Carlos Sainz
Red Bull compare 2016
2017 Carlos Sainz
Pierre Gasly
Brendon Hartley
Toro Rosso compare 2017
2019 Alexander Albon
Pierre Gasly
Toro Rosso compare 2019

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The penalty could have huge significance as it swapped 10th place in the race from Kvyat to Perez, and thus turned the initial one-point advantage for sixth place in the constructors’ championship for Toro Rosso into a one-point lead for Racing Point with two races to go.<br>The difference between sixth and seventh places in the constructors' standings in terms of the prize money distributed to ...

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Kvyat had lunged down the inside of Perez at the Turn 15 right-hander on the final lap, slamming into the left front wing endplate of the Racing Point with his right front tyre and forcing Perez off.<br>Perez rejoined and stayed side by side with Kvyat despite the contact, but the Russian completed the move around the outside of the following corner to secure 10th on the road - only to be assessed ...

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Kvyat had got past Racing Point driver Sergio Perez late on - making contact and pushing Perez wide after launching it down the inside of the sharp Turn 15 left-hander - to finish the race at the Circuit of the Americas 10th on the road.<br>However, by then he had been placed under investigation by the stewards for causing a collision.<br>He was assessed a five-second penalty shortly after the ...

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Kvyat nudged the Renault of Nico Hulkenberg into the barriers while trying to overtake the German for ninth place down the inside Turn 16 on the final lap of the race.<br>He took the chequered flag in ninth place, but was demoted to 11th by a swift post-race penalty, with teammate Pierre Gasly and Hulkenberg the beneficiaries.<br>Speaking to Motorsport.com after the race, Kvyat argued the verdict ...

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Kvyat was upset that his request to run in a different coloured design for his home race at Sochi was declined by the FIA – even though other drivers have used multiple colour schemes this year.<br>Speaking about the matter, Masi explained that once Kvyat had lodged a formal request to change colours, then he had no choice but to reject it because it was his third different design of the ...

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The Russian had a new white, red and blue helmet prepared for the Sochi Autodrom-based race, but was denied permission by the FIA to use it in Friday practice.<br>This was because F1's sporting regulations only allow drivers to substantially deviate from their primary helmet livery in one event during the season, and Kvyat had already run a one-off design in Italy.<br>Speaking to media earlier ...

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Kvyat had hoped to run with a new colour scheme for the Russian Grand Prix, and had a new white, red and blue helmet all ready for action.<br>However, in the build-up to the weekend Kvyat was informed that the FIA had not granted him permission to run it because he had already raced in Italy with a different design to what he normally uses.<br>F1's regulations are clear that drivers must race with ...

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Kvyat was trying to pass Raikkonen for 12th place into the first corner with 12 laps to go when they made contact.<br>While Toro Rosso driver Kvyat was able to continue and finish 15th, Raikkonen was out on the spot with broken front suspension.<br>"I was surprised because I made a move, I made it clear," said Kvyat. "He moved under braking, a thing we discuss a lot, and he was the one against it ...

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F1 teams and the sport's owners Liberty Media are discussing the idea of trialling a number of reverse grid races on Saturdays in 2020 to see if it is something the team should adopt permanently for the future.<br>But while there appears to be growing consensus that the format change could be worth a try, Kvyat suggests that moves to try to spice up the action fail to address the real issues that ...

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Albon impressed Red Bull with a charge to fifth place in the Belgian Grand Prix, having come through from 17th on the grid after an engine change penalty in what was his first race with the RB15.<br>But Kvyat thinks that Albon’s performance needs to be put in context – and reckons that the fact the Thai driver spend most of the race stuck behind him, despite being in a much better car, needed ...

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The Russian charged from the back of the grid to finish seventh at Spa-Francorchamps last weekend with a performance that he said had lifted his confidence.<br>But he is well aware that the outfit's hopes of staying ahead of Renault, which is only eight points behind, will rest on it being able to start further up the grid.<br>"We know [cooler] conditions helped us a little bit, but we cannot ...

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Kvyat raced for Red Bull in 2015 and the first part of 2016, before being demoted to Toro Rosso then dropped from the programme entirely before the end of the 2017 season.<br>He was re-signed by Red Bull to rejoin Toro Rosso for 2019, and scored a shock podium in the rain-hit German Grand Prix during a strong first half of the season.<br>However, when Red Bull opted to drop Gasly to Toro Rosso, it ...

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The new ‘Spec 4’ engine will force Verstappen’s new Red Bull teammate Alex Albon and Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat to start at the back of the grid for the power-sensitive Belgian circuit.<br>However, Verstappen and Pierre Gasly, who has been demoted from Red Bull to Toro Rosso as of this weekend, will not use the upgraded engine.<br>"We are introducing the Spec 4 version of our engine at ...

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Toro Rosso adopted Honda engines last year after the Japanese company split with McLaren, as Red Bull used its junior team to evaluate a potential Honda partnership for itself. <br>Honda’s progress with Toro Rosso convinced Red Bull to strike a deal for 2019, and after that was done Toro Rosso was willing to take the hit of more grid drops to encourage Honda to push on with development.<br>Red ...

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With the 2020 grand prix calendar set to expand to 22 races, F1 is believed to be heading towards a revamped testing schedule, with options such a single five-day test week or six days across two weeks proposed to replace the current eight-day arrangement.<br>Kvyat is convinced, however, that neither of these moves would be right for F1, as they would mean the balance between real on-track testing ...

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Following an impressive first Formula 1 season with Toro Rosso, Gasly was first in line for this season's vacant Red Bull seat but, with the Frenchman struggling to match Verstappen and being involved in numerous incidents, he finds himself under scrutiny during 'silly season'.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Albon replaces Gasly at Red Bull from Spa<br>Why Red Bull is risking two careers with latest ...

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Kvyat’s shock podium finish in the German Grand Prix was Toro Rosso’s first since 2008, and has strengthened the Russian driver’s case for taking the place alongside Max Verstappen at Red Bull.<br>He had previously raced for the team for just over a season, but was demoted to Toro Rosso to make way for Verstappen and was axed from the Red Bull programme entirely in 2017 – only to return ...

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Kvyat had driven for the main Red Bull team back in 2015 and 2016, but was demoted to the sister Toro Rosso outfit to make way for Max Verstappen, before being dropped altogether a year later.<br>But the Russian was brought back into the Toro Rosso fold this year after a stint as Ferrari’s simulator driver, and scored a shock German Grand Prix podium that Red Bull’s motorsport advisor Helmut ...

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The Russian ran outside of the points for much of the race, as the frequent changes in weather and track conditions contributed to several twists and turns in the lead battle.<br>But after making a key switch to slick tyres on the drying track right at the penultimate safety car restart, Kvyat cycled through to third place – which became second when he passed the Racing Point of fellow ...

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The Russian came into the last two corners in Q1 to find Russell going slowly at the back of a queue of cars that also included Kvyat's Toro Rosso teammate Alex Albon.<br>Kvyat was able to jink the steering wheel to the left and get past safely, but his lap was ruined, and he didn't progress to Q2.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Austrian GP: Starting grid in pictures<br>Austrian GP: Leclerc beats ...

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Pierre Gasly's ongoing struggles to get on the pace of teammate Max Verstappen has prompted rumours about the Frenchman's future, following his promotion from Toro Rosso at the end of last season.<br>While Red Bull's motorsport advisor Helmut Marko has repeatedly dismissed talk that the team is considering a mid-season change, it is obvious that Gasly will need to improve if he is to guarantee his ...

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This has been referred to the French Grand Prix stewards, as such seals are applied to the relevant elements of the power unit prior to them being used for the first time at a grand prix, “in order to ensure that no significant moving parts can be rebuilt or replaced.”<br>Although Honda has no intention to actually replace either part, the Japanese manufacturer has broken the seal because ...

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While the Japanese manufacturer has delivered its first podium finishes since its F1 return, it is still unclear where its performance stacks up exactly against the other manufacturers.<br>But Toro Rosso’s Kvyat thinks that on the back of encouraging performances for his own team this year, the long straights at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve should deliver some important answers on the extent of ...

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Both drivers were forced to retire from the Baku race after the Renault driver went up an escape road while battling with Kvyat, forcing the Russian to stop. Ricciardo then hit the Toro Rosso man when he selected reverse.<br>After the race, Ricciardo told media he had reversed without checking behind. But after reviewing the replay, he noticed that he had in fact looked in his mirror, but on the ...

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With the Azerbaijan Grand Prix having shown that there was little downside to having opening practice cut short in the wake of George Russell's drain incident, the debate about moving F1 events down to two days has again resurfaced.<br>And Kvyat has suggested that teams would not be hurt from having just one practice session on a Saturday – with the only requirement for an extra day being at ...

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