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Red bull battling to be second best - Ricciardo

It will take a lot more than disqualification from his home Australian Formula One Grand Prix to wipe the smile off Red Bull new boy Daniel Ricciardo's face. The ever cheerful 24-year-old told the team website that being stripped of second place in Melbourne last Sunday had put "a bit of a downer" on his day but there was still plenty to be happy about. "Actually it's mostly positives: I did a good job in the car and I got to stand on the Australian Grand Prix podium - and no-one's taking the sensation of doing that away," he said. "What happens next is outside of my ability to control but honestly, I'd rather it went down like this than have retired from the race...
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