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Ricciardo Sure He Will Have 'A Good Time' Fighting Through The Field

Daniel Ricciardo is looking forward to having “a good time” tomorrow in the race as he starts at the back of the grid for the German Grand Prix. The Australian decided not to take part in Q2 after getting through Q1 and says the decision allows his Aston Martin Red Bull Racing more of a choice when it comes to the strategy for the race. “We’re starting last tomorrow no matter what, so by not taking part in Q2 means we have a choice of which tyre to start the race with. “If we had done Q2 then whichever tyre we went on, we would have to start the race on. “This decision has given us a bit more freedom and we can decide what looks best for tomorrow and save some mileage on the...
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