Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has dismissed suggestions that Daniel Ricciardo will effectively be a number two driver next year.
Ricciardo will partner three-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel at Milton Keynes from 2014 after he was confirmed as the retiring Mark Webber's replacement earlier this week.
However, don't expect the 24-year-old to take a backseat to Vettel as the team are promising to give them equal treatment.
"The decision to take a junior driver doesn't mean anything changes," Horner said. "Both drivers will get the same opportunity and the same equipment, but inevitably there will be a natural pecking order determined by the driver who is in...
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