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Horner opens up on Ricciardo approach on F1 Australian GP grid

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has revealed he approached Daniel Ricciardo on the grid in Australia to issue some encouragement amid his recent Formula 1 struggles. Ricciardo was bidding to hit the ground running this season following his stagnated comeback last term as he aims to realise his ambition of returning to a Red Bull […]
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