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Ricciardo relishing Vettel battle in Hockenheim

Daniel Riccardo says he is relishing the prospect of an improved showing from Sebastian Vettel on his home soil at the German Grand Prix later this month. The Western Australian has outperformed his illustrious four-time world champion team-mate in both qualifying and races with Ricciardo sitting third in the championship standings. Vettel has struggled to get to grips with the 2014 spec RB10 scoring just two podiums to Ricciardo’s four, which includes the Aussie's impressive victory at the Canadian Grand Prix. Although the Australian finished ahead of Vettel with a third in the British Grand Prix, the reigning world champion showed signs he is beginning to find his rhythm behind the...
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