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Full episode: Catching up with F1's comeback kid Daniil Kvyat

Season 5, Ep. 18

Russian racing star Daniil Kvyat has already had quite the career, having lost his seat with Red Bull and fought back to a podium finish last year in Germany. But what do you know about the 26-year-old? There is a lot more to him than meets the eye. Kvyat and his family risked it all and moved to Italy when he was young to follow the F1 dream. Find out more about his extraordinary story to the summit of the sport. But it's not all been smooth sailing, he discusses the highs and how he's dealt with the lows to come back even stronger. But there is more to him than just driving! A must listen for any sports fan. Sponsored by Bose.

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