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Red Bull Feel 5th and 6th a fair Reflection of Quali Pace

The Infiniti Red Bull Racing outfit saw their drivers lock out the third row of the grid at Hockenheim, with Australian Daniel Ricciardo out-qualifying Sebastian Vettel in front of the German’s home fans. Both drivers felt they had good sessions, and both are aiming to move up the order on Sunday. Ricciardo admitted he would have liked to be higher on the grid than fifth, but he feels the Mercedes-powered teams have the power advantage, particularly in the middle sector. He has ambitions to finish the race on the podium on Sunday, and feels the team will be in a battle with a lot of competitors for a spot in the top three. “It wasn’t too bad today, we would like to be further forward...
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