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AlphaTauri boss breaks silence amid rumours of Daniel Ricciardo replacing Nyck de Vries

AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost has insisted that Nyck de Vries 'needs minimum three years' to get to grips with Formula 1, following reports that the Dutchman is already at risk of being sacked by Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko. According to Motorsport.com, Marko has informed De Vries that he has the upcoming triple-header to show a considerable improvement or be replaced by Red Bull development driver and eight-time race winner Daniel Ricciardo. These reports have since been rejected; however, time is certainly not in De Vries' favour. The Dutchman has failed to show the pace that saw him awarded the seat in the first place, with him yet to match his sensational performance at...
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