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Ricciardo sets sights on Mercedes after maiden podium

Getty Images Enlarge Daniel Ricciardo finally got his hands on a trophy for keeps in Spain but insists Red Bull knows it has plenty of work to do to get close to Mercedes. Ricciardo was disqualified from the opening race of the season in Australia for being in violation of the FIA's fuel-flow limit after finishing second on track, but crossed the line third in Spain for his first official podium. With Sebastian Vettel finishing fourth after carving his way through the field Red Bull is clearly now the best of the rest but Ricciardo has his eyes firmly set on catching Mercedes. "It's really nice to be on the podium and I'm sure I'll be able to keep it this time," Ricciardo joked....
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