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'We never thought Ricciardo would be this strong' - Horner

Sutton Images Enlarge Christian Horner says Red Bull had not expected Daniel Ricciardo to be as competitive as he has been this year. Ricciardo won his third race of the season in Belgium last weekend and has outperformed his world champion team-mate Sebastian Vettel all year. He joined from Toro Rosso over the winter and Horner said Red Bull had not expected him to be doing as well as he has. "In all honesty, we never thought he would be as strong as he has been," Horner said. "We knew he was fast, we knew he was a very good racing driver, but I don't think any of us - not even Daniel - knew how good he was going to be. His confidence is sky high, he's come in with now...
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