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Daniel Ricciardo opens up apology to Carlos Sainz

Daniel Ricciardo has said he felt better after the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix as a result of him heading over to Ferrari and apologising to Carlos Sainz for the incident that put the Spaniard out of the race. Having finished sixth in the sprint race – two positions behind Sainz – Ricciardo misjudged his braking point heading into the first corner in slippery conditions, and tagged the back of the Ferrari, sending him spinning into the gravel and out of the race. The Australian also suffered diffuser damage which meant that, even after he had successfully taken the gamble to switch onto slick tyres, he was unable to make any meaningful progress through the field. READ: ‘Ferrari could...
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