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Horner full of praise for Ricciardo

Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner is waxing lyrical over Daniel Ricciardo, saying the Australian has been "outstanding" in his short career with the reigning Constructors' Champions. Ricciardo finished ahead of four-time World Champion and team-mate Sebastian Vettel in China for the second time this year, and although Horner believes this is largely due to issues with the German's car, he was nevertheless full of praise for his new recruit. "A massive performance by Dan; [he was] hugely impressive all weekend," Horner told crash.net "He's really been outstanding this season. In all four grands prix so far this year I think he's done a tremendous job....
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