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Ricciardo had eyes on Ferrari before power loss in Brazil

Daniel Ricciardo felt he could have taken a shot at Ferrari in Sao Paulo before a loss of power forced him to retire. Starting from P11 McLaren needed Ricciardo to work his way into the points and challenge rivals Ferrari, an achievement which for a time seemed was possible. Knowing that Ferrari would need to stop twice, Ricciardo was considering a one-stopper to strike back, but just as his race promised to get interesting, Ricciardo's engine power dropped. It was an issue which could not be fixed, resulting in a disappointing retirement for the Aussie, the first of his McLaren career. That’s it for the #BrazilGP. 🇧🇷🏁 Lando does well to score a point for the team, fighting...
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