Daniel Ricciardo stormed to his second career win in an epic climax to the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The enthralling 70-lap race saw Ricciardo storm to the lead with three laps remaining, just as he did when he won the Canadian GP in early June.
Ricciardo, who had pitted from the lead for fresh tyres with 15 laps remaining, staged a heroic pass on Lewis Hamilton for third before surging by Fernando Alonso’s Ferrari in a dynamic late braking move.
'It feels as good as the first.,' Ricciardo beamed.
'The Safety Car at the beginning was to our advantage but when the second one came out it didn’t really help us.'
'That was a lot of fun the last few laps.'
With the outcome on a knife-edge over...
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