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Mattiacci: Kudos to Red Bull

Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says “kudos to Red Bull” for the way it has taken advantage of Mercedes slip-ups to win three races this season. With the Mercedes car still looking dominant at all circuits, Red Bull – and Daniel Ricciardo in particular – has taken a trio of victories by capitalising on reliability issues in Canada and Hungary and then a collision between the two Mercedes drivers in Belgium. While Mattiacci says he doesn't focus on the work of any one team in the paddock he says Red Bull has shown how important it is to take your chances. “I take inspiration from everybody around the paddock, everything,” Mattiacci said. “Not only Red Bull, I take...
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