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Horner reveals that he refused to retire Ricciardo's car in Monaco

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has revealed that the team wanted to retire Daniel Ricciardo's car but that he refused to do so as the Aussie was in the lead of the Monaco Grand Prix. Christian Horner was quick to praise his Australian driver after his fantastic drive that earned him the victory in the Principality. It was far from a cakewalk with everything that was starting to fail on the Red Bull. "Unbelievable, he was not going to give this race up this weekend," he told Sky Sports F1. "He's been quickest in every session. "We lose the MGU-K 17 or 18 laps into the race so he's giving up two-and-a-half seconds a lap. "Then your brake...
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