Daniil Kvyat will not return to Formula 1 with Toro Rosso following his latest demotion from a race seat after the United States Grand Prix, according to Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko.
Kvyat was dropped by Red Bull from its B-team, Toro Rosso, after the Singapore Grand Prix to allow 2016 GP2 champion Pierre Gasly to make his F1 debut, missing the following races in Malaysia and Japan.
Kvyat returned for the United States Grand Prix and had been due to see out the season alongside Gasly, only for the Frenchman to be ruled out due to a clash, leading to Porsche LMP1 driver Brendon Hartley's F1 debut in Austin.
Hartley put in a solid display en route to P13, with Toro Rosso confirming on Monday the New Zealander would keep his seat for Mexico alongside the returning Gasly, leaving Kvyat on the sidelines once again.
Speaking to Auto Bild in Germany, Marko confirmed...
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