Daniil Kvyat has been dropped by the Red Bull / Toro Rosso group once again, this time making way for WEC ace Brendon Hartley at the upcoming Mexican Grand Prix. Kvyat must be looking very firmly at the Formula One exit door following this latest career setback at Toro Rosso, finding himself once again displaced for another driver with considerably less current Grand Prix racing experience. In a short statement issued by Toro Rosso today, the Italian squad confirmed that both Austin rookie Brendon Hartley and young Frenchman Pierre Gasly will form the third consecutive different driving line up this coming weekend for Toro Rosso, very firmly indicating that a future with the Red Bull backed outfit looks unlikely for the 23-year-old Russian Kvyat. Although very little is known about the current length of the new Hartley / Toro Rosso arrangement beyond Mexico, it could well be possible that this is a golden opportunity for the 27-year-old Kiwi to stamp his authority over the prospects of a full time drive next season, very much bucking the trend of younger Formula One debutants in recent seasons. The full statement from Toro Rosso can be read below: Scuderia Toro Rosso’s Driver Line-Up for the upcoming 2017 Mexican Grand Prix will be formed by the following pairing: Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley. It is thought that Kvyat was looking for assurances over his Grand Prix future in recent days, and with the rather startling announcement of the new driving line up pretty much answering the driver in the most dramatic of ways, it could very well be the end of the road for a driver that promised so much but has sadly delivered so little in his time in the top flight of open wheel motorsport. For more from the world of Formula One check out our Formula One sub forum here at RaceDepartment and involve yourself in the community today! Do you think Toro Rosso have made the right call to drop Kvyat? Can Hartley make a mark in Grand Prix racing? Let us know in the comments section below!