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Toro Rosso pair eye points return after struggles

Toro Rosso drivers Alexander Albon and Daniil Kvyat have stressed that the team can still compete in Formula 1’s midfield in the wake of a difficult string of events. Toro Rosso scored in six of the opening seven grands prix, peaking with seventh and eighth in Monaco, but was off the pace in both France and Austria. Its prospects were compromised by back-of-the-grid penalties for Kvyat (France) and Albon (Austria) but it took only 14th and 15th, and 15th and 17th respectively in the two events. “We had a tough time at the last two rounds and in Austria, we tackled practice in a slightly different way, as we knew I'd be starting from the back of the grid because of the PU...
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