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Ricciardo wants 'more battles'

Having gone wheel-to-wheel with double World Champion Fernando Alonso in Germany, Daniel Ricciardo says he wants more battles like that. Ricciardo was made to work for it last Sunday when a lap 1 incident dropped him down the order. Fighting his way back through, the Red Bull racer found himself locked in a tense battle with Alonso in the latter stages of the grand prix. The duo raced wheel-to-wheel with the tussle eventually going Alonso's way. The Ferrari driver was full of praise for Ricciardo in the aftermath, which the Aussie greatly appreciated. "When there is respect among drivers in the paddock and you have a good fight with someone, and it has been clean and hard but fair, it...
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