Daniel Ricciardo vowed to pounce on any Mercedes mistakes at Spa and that's exactly what the "calm and in control" Australian did, according to Christian Horner.
While the Merc duo of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton had their own personal battle, the Red Bull driver came from fifth on the grid to win the Belgian Grand Prix - his third win of the season after Montreal and Hungary - and reduced the gap to Championship leader Rosberg to 64 points.
His team principal Horner feels "he is doing a phenomenal job" to stay in the title hunt despite not having the best car on the grid.
"We've benefited from a get-together between the Mercedes drivers, so it is good to be...
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