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Ricciardo happy to keep pace with Mercedes and Ferrari

Daniel Ricciardo insists Renault deserved their fourth-place finish at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday, and thinks the car displayed enough speed to show they can sometimes keep up with Mercedes and Ferrari. With the Australian in fourth and team-mate Nico Hulkenberg in fifth, Renault secured their first double-finish inside the top five since 2008. Article continues under video Even though the pair were never in the mix for the victory, they got among the top four with Hulkenberg even pulling off an impressively powerful overtake on Sebastian Vettel. It has been a struggle overall for Renault this year, with them unable to convert qualifying pace to race pace for the most part, but...
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