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Daniel Ricciardo handed massive injury blow as comeback delayed

Daniel Ricciardo's return from injury has reportedly been delayed once again, with sources of Grandpx.news believing that the Aussie has been told to focus on a comeback at the Mexican Grand Prix. Ricciardo fractured a metacarpal in his left hand during Free Practice 2 at the Dutch Grand Prix, marking a woeful way to return from the summer break. A dodgy crash saw Ricciardo take avoiding action to not drive directly into an already crashed Oscar Piastri, resulting in the AlphaTauri driver putting his own car into the barrier. Due to there being no runoff at Turn 3, Ricciardo didn't have time to take his hand of the steering wheel, resulting in it being smashed. Want to work in Formula 1?...
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