WaikeCU wrote:For once I think the Toro Rosso's this year won't yield for the Red Bulls. I don't think they have the type of drivers that are willing to.
It's really nothing to do with driver personality and entirely to do wth staying on Marko's good side.
Well, Jaime Alguersuari's personality most certainly ended his F1 career by not staying on Marko's good side.
Young Max Verstappen at this moment can't do any bad, so he's safe for now. He could even be safe if he'd smash into Daniel.
Sainz is looking sharp, too.
Not being too negative towards Kvyat, but i'm having a hunch both TR drivers are better than Danil, but there's a good question mark for next year.
Sainz and Verstappen are, after all, RedBull contracted drivers, whom are appointed to Toro Rosso, aka RedBull 2.0.
Now, despite running the same engine, the Toro Rosso team definatively looks like the much better place to be right now.
So switching Toro Rosso for RedBull isn't really an improvement. I don't know how they would be next year, but imagine Kvyat getting the boot, it's doubtfull whether it's an improvement for either Verstappen or Sainz.
Toro Rosso turning into Renault could very well happen. But what will happen? I can imagine there is no option to change the drivers right now even if they take control, i assume both drivers are safe for the year, and their results speak for themselves to 'earn' so either way.
But, what about 2016? If the Renault partnership really goes to rock bottom, and Renault gets a hold of Toro rosso, then 'Renault F1' will survive.
But RedBull will be without engine for 2016. Then what? I can't imagine any engine supplier to just pop up and be any improvement compared to what they have now.