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Friday 7 Oktober at 08:35
Kvyat wants patience amid constant rumours
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Friday 7 Oktober at 08:35 : Oct.7 (GMM) Daniil Kvyat has called for patience amid constant rumours about his future.

Not long ago, reports suggested his employer Red Bull - having demoted him from the senior team mid-season - had now decided to oust the young Russian completely for 2017.

But now, media sources report that Toro Rosso driver Kvyat will in fact sign a new two-year Red Bull deal.

"First I'm fired then I sign for two years," the 22-year-old, responding to the constant rumours, is quoted by Russia's Sportbox as having said at Suzuka.

"All these rumours don't interest me. When there is something to announce, it will be announced, so you need to be patient," Kvyat added.
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