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Canadian Grand Prix – Post-race press conference

Drivers: Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing) Podium interviews conducted by Jean Alesi Q: Daniel, what a race. I've been really suffering in the last laps with you. Tell us about this first win. Daniel Ricciardo: Yeah, I'm still a bit in shock. Thanks everyone. This is ridiculous! Lots of Aussie flags, that's nice. The race really came to life in the last 15 to 20 laps. We saw Hamilton had a problem and then we saw Rosberg was slow on the straights. I was really struggling to get past Perez. They had a pretty good car on the straights and he was holding me off well in the corners. We finally got a run out of the last chicane and...
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