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Ricciardo: First victory ‘surreal’

Daniel Ricciardo said it felt “surreal” and “ridiculous” to take his first F1 victory at the Canadian Grand Prix. With the two Mercedes cars hitting trouble – Lewis Hamilton retiring and Nico Rosberg down on power while leading – Ricciardo managed to jump from third to first in the final five laps after passing Sergio Perez and then Rosberg. Having said on the podium that the reaction was “ridiculous” as he was cheered loudly by the Montreal crowd, Ricciardo later said it would take a while for the result to sink in. “It's still a bit surreal, but really cool,” Ricciardo said. “It's not like we were leading the whole race, so it's not like I had time to understand...
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