Daniel Ricciardo believes he'll be stronger in the second half of the campaign as the Red Bull racer is "constantly learning" and his confidence growing.
The 25-year-old Australian has been a revelation this season, taking the fight to four-time World Champion Sebastian Vettel.
Not only has he qualified ahead of the German in six out of ten Saturdays but he's also edged him on race Sundays, eight to one.
With 106 points compared to Vettel's 82, it is Ricciardo who is leading the Red Bull charge this season.
And the former Toro Rosso driver believes Formula 1 has yet to see his best.
"For the second half of the season I should improve. I'm constantly learning," he told...
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