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Ricciardo thanks Red Bull for approach

Daniel Ricciardo believes the way Red Bull as allowed him to approach his debut season with the team has led to his success so far this year. Having replaced Mark Webber over the winter, Ricciardo has thrived with two victories and three further podiums in his first 11 races with the team, remaining the only driver to have beaten Mercedes. After his latest victory in the Hungarian Grand Prix, Ricciardo said plenty of credit has to go to Red Bull for the way he has been able to settle in so quickly. “I just want to thank the team,” Ricciardo said. “To have two victories in the first half of the season with them, obviously I owe a lot of that to them as well, for letting me just settle...
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