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Red Bull satisfied to see smaller gap to Mercedes

Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo finished third again at the Monaco GP, close behind the second Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton. Sebastian Vettel however had to retire from the race early on with the turbo. Daniel Ricciardo, 3rd: “The race really came to life towards the end. It started off not so well and it’s a really short run to Turn 1, so that was frustrating. Then we got Seb due to his reliability and Kimi had a puncture and we sort of got back to where we were hoping to be. After the re-start we were just saving the tyres to the point that we could get to the end and then, with 20 laps to go, I thought they would be okay so I pushed. It was the first time in the whole race that I...
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