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Ricciardo doesn't want conflict as Vettel ignores team

Tensions could soon flare in the Red Bull camp after Sebastian Vettel refused to follow team orders to let his faster team-mate through during the Chinese Grand Prix. After the first round of stops, with Daniel Ricciardo closing up behind, Vettel's engineer came on the radio to ask his driver to move aside due to their different strategies. Vettel however refused. Engineer: "Sebastian let Ricciardo through." Vettel: "Which tyre is he [Ricciardo] on." Engineer: "Tyres. He stopped later than you." Vettel: "Tough luck." Ricciardo however has tried to diffuse the situation and says he doesn't want any conflict with his team-mate, adding that he'll likely...
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