DANIIL KVYAT.
THE PATH TO F1

A book by the motorsport journalist Oleg Karpov revealing the real story and events behind the early stages of the driver's career in karting and junior racing series up to his debut in F1
DANIIL KVYAT.
THE PATH TO F1
A book by the motorsport journalist Oleg Karpov revealing the real story and events behind the early stages of the driver's career in karting and junior racing series up to his debut in F1
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Formula One is the pinnacle of motorsport, the most popular racing series in the world. A closed club with only twenty drivers in. On their way to the top, each had an incredibly challenging journey which very few people know in detail other than statistics in their bios.

Journalist Oleg Karpov reveals the real story behind Daniil Kvyat's way to F1: a kid from the town of Ufa who made his way to the top, in fierce competition, first in international karting and then inside Red Bull Junior – the most advanced and ruthless young driver development program in the world.
"I was glad to participate in the creation of this book, trying to provide as much detail on my pre-F1 career as possible. I hope motorsport fans will like it. For me it's a good opportunity to say thanks to all the people who were there, always supporting me throughout my junior career".
Daniil Kvyat
"I believe that the majority of the Russian racing fans, even Daniil's fans have very few idea about how difficult his path to Formula 1 really was. Many events of the past help understand some episodes of his F1 career".
Oleg Karpov
Author
"How to make it to F1? Probably, that's the most frequently asked question to Daniil from young guys dreaming of repeating his path. It's hard to give an answer in a few words but this book reveals this way in detail. And in this sense, this book is something bigger then a story of the Russian driver's career".
Sergey Ivanov
Autoreview
"This is probably one of the most valuable books in Russian about racing for people who live and breath motorsports. Having read it, you can understand the career path of the Russian driver in F1 and some events better. Having read it, you can understand Daniil Kvyat better".
Yaroslav Zagorets
Motorsport.com
"This book is not only about Kvyat. It's also about how hard it is to make it to the top even when for an outstanding talent. You always need to think how to fight staying within rules, how to defeat even the strongest opponents and what to do when everything is against you. You should work hard and believe in yourself. And it goes without saying that winning with the support from the family and the team is much harder".
Dmitry Fedotov
Sports.ru
"I was glad to participate in the creation of this book, trying to provide as much detail on my pre-F1 career as possible. I hope motorsport fans will like it. For me it's a good opportunity to say thanks to all the people who were there, always supporting me throughout my junior career".
Daniil Kvyat
"I believe that the majority of the Russian racing fans, even Daniil's fans have very few idea about how difficult his path to Formula 1 really was. Many events of the past help understand some episodes of his F1 career".
Oleg Karpov
Author
"How to make it to F1? Probably, that's the most frequently asked question to Daniil from young guys dreaming of repeating his path. It's hard to give an answer in a few words but this book reveals this way in detail. And in this sense, this book is something bigger then a story of the Russian driver's career".
Sergey Ivanov
Autoreview
"This is probably one of the most valuable books in Russian about racing for people who live and breath motorsports. Having read it, you can understand the career path of the Russian driver in F1 and some events better. Having read it, you can understand Daniil Kvyat better".
Yaroslav Zagorets
Motorsport.com
"This book is not only about Kvyat. It's also about how hard it is to make it to the top even when for an outstanding talent. You always need to think how to fight staying within rules, how to defeat even the strongest opponents and what to do when everything is against you. You should work hard and believe in yourself. And it goes without saying that winning with the support from the family and the team is much harder".
Dmitriy Fedotov
Sports.ru