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Ricciardo playing 'catch-up' after failed appeal

SHANGHAI, April 17, 2014 (AFP) - Daniel Ricciardo said Thursday he hadn't been counting on having his second place in the Australian Grand Prix reinstated on appeal and insisted he had "moved on" from the failed bid. The Red Bull driver was stripped of the 18 points he would have scored for crossing the line second at his home grand prix in Melbourne -- his first podium finish -- for a fuel-flow violation. The team lodged an appeal with governing body FIA, but on Tuesday it was dismissed leaving Ricciardo, who finished fourth in Bahrain, 10th in the drivers' standings on 12 points instead of third on 30. "Obviously a little bit disappointed (to...
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