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Hartley gets thanked by team despite being axed after one season

Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost has thanked his driver Brendon Hartley for his efforts during his slightly-over-a-year-long stint at the team, as the Kiwi will get replaced by Alexander Albon in 2019. Hartley was seemingly on the verge of getting axed for a long part of the season, as his volatile driving can make for some excellent drives but also for some really unnecessary crashes.  The now 29-year-old made his debut in F1 at 27 years old in 2017 after impressively winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans earlier that year for Porsche. He completed the last four races of the season before driving his first full season in 2018. This season was a frustrating one for Hartley, as a series...
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