After the disappointment of their home Grand Prix in Austria, the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team came back strongly at Silverstone, with Daniel Ricciardo taking his fourth podium finish of the season with third place, with Sebastian Vettel taking fifth.
After starting from eighth on the grid, Australian Ricciardo had a steady race that ultimately came to him. He gambled on making a set of the option tyres last for 37 laps, and took a podium place despite seeing the McLaren of Jenson Button closing him down in the last few laps as his tyres fell away.
“This is the best third place I've ever got,” admitted Ricciardo. “I'm not normally ecstatic with a third but I really am today,...
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