Marko says Kvyat has big balls and is the right man for Toro Rosso 23 November, 2013 Helmut Marko with Daniil Kyvat Russian teenager Daniil Kvyat has impressed his bosses with his first two outings in Free Practice for Toro Rosso, first in Austin and now in Sao Paulo. Kvyat has been signed as the Red Bull-bound Daniel Ricciardo’s 2014 replacement at the energy drink company’s second Formula 1 team, Toro Rosso. He has been given an early start in 2013, with two Friday Free Practice appearances in Austin and now in Brazil. On Friday at a wet Interlagos, the confident 19-year-old was not only faster than Ricciardo and his 2014 teammate Jean-Eric Vergne, but ranked eighth fastest overall in the morning session. “He has big balls,” Helmut Marko, the outspoken Austrian Red Bull chief, said after Kvyat set the time on the wet Brazilian circuit. “I think we have the right man,” he told the Swiss newspaper Blick. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner was also impressed. “You could see he’s not afraid of the car in any way,” he said on British television BBC. “He’s throwing it around and has … plenty of car control. It was certainly an impressive performance.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsSainz almost certain for Toro Rosso 2015 seatToro Rosso set to confirm Sainz this weekVergne set for Toro Rosso exitToro Rosso only option for Sainz to enter F1 in 2015Sainz: A big blow if I don’t get Toro Rosso driveVerstappen on FP1 duty for Toro Rosso in BrazilBrazilian Grand Prix: Toro Rosso preview InterlagosTost wants Vergne not Sainz for Toro Rosso in 2015Verstappen wants Vergne to be Toro Rosso teammateSainz: If Verstappen deserves F1 then I deserve it even more Kimi4WDC All the best! Would be ironic if some other team snatched him next season before Red Bull Boycottthebull Vettel is going to throw a tantrum if Marko has found a new favourite! Garth So Kvyat has big balls says Marko, this could throw up 2 possible problems. Firstly they may have to make a special seat to accomodate them and secondly, if they are too heavy they might cause excessive drag on the car.