Daniil Kvyat is trying to decide if he can blub in front of everyone now rather than just keep holding it in.
The 22 year old now ex-Red Bull driver was weighing up the emotional dilemma whilst attempting to come to terms with being sacked, usurped and humiliated by his replacement all in the space of a single week.
Said the ungainly-looking Russian, “being demoted to the Toro Rosso team was like a kick in the stomach.”
Now nobody can witness my bloodshot, teary eyes
“But being replaced by someone still in short trousers who then goes on to win in the car you were just forcibly ejected from drowned my whole being with inner tears.”
“Not even mentioning being taken to the cleaners by the bloke he used to take to the cleaners,” he added.
Kvyat had a promising career under the Red Bull umbrella before the umbrella was revealed to be a fucking massive hammer the company was just as keen to beat the shit out of him with.
“On the one hand, I’m a grown man, I’m earning a fortune in a high profile billion dollar sport and I’m Russian,” Kvyat continued.
“But on the other, I cry myself to reckless, miserable sleep each night whilst my stomach apparently tries to corkscrew out of my mouth in a bloodied mess every time I have to talk to the media about how apparently nonchalant I find the most humiliating thing that has ever happened to anybody in their entire life is.”
“So my money’s on an imminent bout of high profile blubbering if you want to get down Ladbrokes,” he confessed.