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'Challenging Vettel no surprise'

Daniel Ricciardo admitted that he was confident that he could match Sebastian Vettel when he joined Red Bull at the start of the season. After being stripped of his podium finish on debut in Australia and finishing outside the points in the next race in Malaysia, Ricciardo finished on the podium behind the high-flying Mercedes drivers in Spain and Monaco and now leads Vettel by nine points on the Drivers' Championship standings. "I didn't really have any visions exactly on how it would go, what the race results would be or what the qualifying score would be - but I knew that I have some talent and obviously got a bit of experience now in Formula One," Ricciardo told crash.net...
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