The Canadian Grand Prix was manic, pure and simple. The battle up front was always going to be dominated by the two Mercedes drivers, and it looked that way for much of the race. However, when similar problems cropped up on the two Silver Arrows, all hell broke loose in the field's frantic bid to end Mercedes' string of wins. It all came down to one pit stop.
After admitting to an underwhelming qualifying in which he was beaten by his teammate for the first time in a few races, Daniel Ricciardo found himself in the middle of the top-10 early on in the Canadian Grand Prix, behind the Mercedes and Williams duos and Sebastian Vettel.
As usual this season, the Silver Arrows were in a league of...
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