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Ricciardo pleased Verstappen can continue F1 title challenge in Hungary

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool The battle for the F1 championship will resume this weekend at the Hungarian GP and McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo is happy former teammate Max Verstappen is healthy enough to take part following his big accident at the British GP. The Dutchman's lead in the F1 championship was reduced to just eight points after crashing on the opening lap at Silverstone after being tagged from behind by Lewis Hamilton. Verstappen was taken to a local hospital following the incident and later released without any major injuries, and Ricciardo believes it's good for everyone involved with F1 that he's able to continue the battle for the title this...
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