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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)
Tom Jones (26 April 1943)
José Dolhem (26 April 1944)
Johnny Dumfries (26 April 1958)

statistics

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2 (2.4%)
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2nd (2015 Hungarian Grand Prix)
4th
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84
83
145 (1.7 points per race avg)
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1 (1.2%)
20 (23.8%)
2014 Australian Grand Prix
2019 British 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
Toro Rosso compare 2019

news

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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The Russian and his teammate Alex Albon had impressed with their speed for much of the Baku weekend, with both drivers delivering their best grid positions of the season so far.<br>But despite starting a hugely encouraging sixth, Kvyat struggled for pace in the race and slid down the order before the bizarre escape road collision with Daniel Ricciardo put him out.<br>Kvyat said there were no ...

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Late in the race Ricciardo had attempted to pass Kvyat for 10th place under braking for Turn 3, but misjudged the move and slid down the escape road.<br>In doing so, that forced Kvyat wide and the Toro Rosso driver also ended up in the run-off area, sitting right behind the Renault.<br>In Ricciardo's haste to get going, and unaware his rival was behind him, he instantly reversed and then hit ...

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Ricciardo attempted to pass Kvyat for 10th place under braking for the Turn 3 left-hander, but misjudged it and ran deep into the corner.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Azerbaijan GP: Bottas leads fourth consecutive Mercedes 1-2<br><br><br>By heading down the escape road, the Renault inadvertently blocked Kvyat, who was trying to make the corner from the outside.<br>Kvyat had to wait until the Renault ...

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Toro Rosso racer Kvyat was given a drive-through penalty and two penalty points on his licence for the opening lap incident at Shanghai.<br>Both Kvyat and Norris eventually retired, while Sainz recovered to 14th.<br>"This was, I think, a normal lap one incident - one car coming from off the track, and one car being sandwiched, and me leaving space enough for one car certainly," Kvyat said.<br>"The ...

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Kvyat had first-lap contact with the McLarens of both Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris, causing both drivers to pit for new front wings.<br>Kvyat himself initially continued without making an extra stop, but he was assessed a drive-through penalty and given two penalty points on his licence.<br>The stewards noted that he had "lost control of his car at the exit of turn 6 and hit the cars to his left ...

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Sainz and teammate Lando Norris were consigned to running at the back of the field in damaged cars after tangling with Kvyat's Toro Rosso at Turn 6 on the first lap.<br>Kvyat was blamed by the stewards and given a drive-through penalty. Both he and Norris eventually retired, while Sainz recovered to 14th.<br>"We were just all fighting in Turn 6, and at the exit of the corner I think someone didn't ...

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The Russian scrapped his second run in Q2 after the out-lap and was resigned to 15th place on the grid.<br>His absence in the dying seconds of the segment allowed teammate Alexander Albon to leapfrog him in the timesheets, the Anglo-Thai rookie beating Kvyat in qualifying for the second grand prix weekend running.<br>“There was an operational issue,” Kvyat told media about his aborted second ...

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In his first F1 race since the 2017 United States GP 17 months ago, Kvyat came from 15th on the grid to finish 10th.<br>He gained ground with a long first stint, then overcame a trip through the Turn 3 gravel while trying to overtake Lance Stroll's Racing Point before repassing Pierre Gasly's Red Bull on its out-lap.<br>"I tried," said Kvyat of the move on Stroll. "It was a late move. I was coming ...

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Kvyat demoted Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen from the top spot with just over 10 minutes to go in the afternoon session, his 1m17.704s benchmark standing as the fastest lap of pre-season testing so far.<br>While he capitalised on a rare opportunity to top a session for Toro Rosso, the Russian said he and the team were not intentionally trying for a headline result.<br>Asked whether his lap ...

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On a day when the C5 tyres were utilised for the first time, the testing benchmark was twice lowered; first by Alfa Romeo's Kimi Raikkonen in the morning session, then again by Kvyat in the dying moments of the day.<br>Ferrari, Mercedes - who completed race distances with both drivers - and Red Bull all resisted the temptation to put on anything faster than the C3 tyres as they focused on their ...

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Alfa Romeo driver Kimi Raikkonen led the morning session on Wednesday, and it looked like that time would hold until the chequered flag.<br>But Kvyat had the softest Pirelli tyres – the C5 – bolted on his Toro Rosso, and set a 1m17.704s, 0.058s quicker than Raikkonen, with just over 10 minutes left.<br>Kvyat had tried to beat the benchmark a few minutes earlier and jumped into second, before ...

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The news means 19 of the 20 seats have been revealed, with the official announcement of Lance Stroll's move to Racing Point Force India the only anomaly. Albon had moved to the top of Toro Rosso's list in October, but the former Red Bull protege's situation was complicated by the fact he had already committed to joining the Nissan e.dams ABB FIA Formula E Championship team. He therefore ...

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Kvyat has been re-signed by Red Bull to drive for its junior team next season, after being dropped in late 2017. The Russian will prepare for his third spell at Toro Rosso by driving for the team on day two of the Yas Marina test this month.  “Every mileage you can do in the car is good for him,” Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost told Motorsport.com. “[The intention is] to give some ...

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Kvyat returned to Toro Rosso after being dropped during the 2016 season to make way for Max Verstappen at Red Bull Racing, but he left the Red Bull stable entirely before the end of 2017 as Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley were called up to complete the season. However, next year the Russian will fulfil the role of team leader for Toro Rosso, where he is expected to be partnered by F1 rookie ...

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Kvyat had been brought into the main team in 2015 but was then moved back from RBR to Toro Rosso after the 2016 Russian Grand Prix to make way for Max Verstappen. He subsequently struggled to make an impact as part of the junior team, and was dropped late last season. However, after a year as a Ferrari test and simulator driver, he will return to Toro Rosso in 2019. Along with Helmut ... ...

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Ricciardo’s move to Renault opened up a seat at the main Red Bull team, which was subsequently handed to Pierre Gasly, in turn freeing up a slot at STR that has now been confirmed as Kvyat’s. Marko says that he had stayed in touch with Kvyat after the Russian was dropped by Red Bull and took up a new role as a Ferrari test and simulator driver. “We have been in contact,” Marko told ... ...

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Ricciardo’s move to Renault opened up a seat at the main Red Bull team, which was subsequently handed to Pierre Gasly, in turn freeing up a slot at STR that has now been confirmed as Kvyat’s. Marko says that he had stayed in touch with Kvyat after the Russian was dropped by Red Bull and took up a new role as a Ferrari test and simulator driver. “We have been in contact,” Marko told ... ...

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As reported by Motorsport.com, Kvyat had emerged as a surprise favourite to land a drive at the team that dropped him late last year.  This will be Kvyat’s third spell at Toro Rosso, the Russian having raced for the team in 2014 and then again from early-2016 after being demoted from the senior Red Bull team.  He was dropped from Red Bull after the 2017 United States Grand Prix and ... ...

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Todt’s All Road Management company also looks after Charles Leclerc, who was recently confirmed as a works Ferrari driver. “I have managed Daniil’s racing career for the last few months,” Todt told Motorsport.com. “I’m very keen to help a talent like him, who in my opinion has unfinished business in F1.” Kvyat left the Red Bull camp after last year’s United States Grand Prix ... ...

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