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Ricciardo: Not too bad

Daniel Ricciardo is confident that Red Bull "should be closer" to Mercedes come Saturday's qualifying for the British GP. After a sluggish start to the weekend, the Aussie showed better pace in Friday's second practice using the medium Pirelli tyres. Clocking a 1:35.511, Ricciardo finished in fourth place, 1.003s off the pace set by Lewis Hamilton. "Today hasn't been too bad," he said. "Mercedes were really strong this morning but we seem to have found some more speed this afternoon. "With the Prime, it was really good but with the Option we didn't find enough time so, if we analyse tonight and get it right, then tomorrow we should be closer." Like many...
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