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Ricciardo: Win as good as the first

It will be hard to wipe the smile off Daniel Ricciardo's face over the next few weeks, not that you would be able to do that under normal circumstances. The Australian claimed his second victory in Formula 1 after coming from fourth on the grid at the Hungagoring on Sunday. He made a sluggish start and dropped a place. However, he got lucky when a Safety Car was deployed for Marcus Ericsson's crash and he ducked into the pits to get the edge over the four drivers in front of him. A second Safety Car came out following Sergio Perez's accident, but this time it didn't really work in his favour. He kept plugging away though and the decision to pit very late on proved to be masterstroke as he...
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