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Ricciardo expects 'hungry' Seb
Daniel Ricciardo is expecting team-mate Sebastian Vettel to try and use his home German GP next week as a springboard to a stronger season half of the season.
Massa top at Silverstone
Felipe Massa's Williams was fastest on Day One of Formula 1's latest in-season test at Silverstone on Tuesday.
'Renault changes positive'
Two weeks after describing Renault’s performance as “unacceptable”, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says management changes the French manufacturer has since made are “positive”.
Ricci: Austria was a one-off
Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull are in shape at Silverstone to prove their dismal Austrian GP was a "one-off", although team-mate Sebastian Vettel isn't yet sure that the World Champions have returned to the second-fastest team behind Mercedes.
Ricciardo ready to strike
Daniel Ricciardo might not be among the favourites for Sunday’s British GP but after ripping up the formbook in Canada, the Red Bull driver reckons he can take advantage should circumstances fall in his favour again this weekend.
Standing re-starts 'unfair'
Drivers have started reacting to the new rule which means that standing starts will follow Safety Car periods next season, with the consensus far from positive so far.
Vettel: There was nothing left
Sebastian Vettel said he did all he could to get the most out of his car during qualifying for the Austrian GP but despite lining up a disappointing 12th on the grid, the World Champion is optimistic he can make progress in Sunday’s race.
Ricciardo: Top five the target
Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull won’t be as far adrift of Mercedes as they were on Friday by the time of qualifying at the Austrian GP – but F1’s newest race winner admits the World Champions are braced for a ‘best of the rest’ battle at their home event.
Ricciardo won't get complacent
Daniel Ricciardo expects his first F1 win will only make team-mate Sebastian Vettel “more motivated” to beat him, with the Australian guarding against complacency despite currently holding sway in their intra-Red Bull battle.
Horner delight for Ricciardo
Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo's "faultless" performances since being promoted to Red Bull made him a fully-deserving grand prix winner after the Australian secured a surprise victory in Canada.
'Surreal' win for Ricciardo
Fresh from claiming his first grand prix victory in Canada on Sunday, Daniel Ricciardo readily admitted that the enormity of what he'd just achieved was taking its time to sink in.
Vettel: Still more to come
Sebastian Vettel upped his pace during qualifying for the Canadian GP on Saturday, yet the World Champion also reckoned he's not back to his best just yet.
Ricciardo wary of rivals
Daniel Ricciardo expects Red Bull's status as Mercedes' nearest challengers to come under increased threat in the Canadian GP after strong performances from their rivals during practice.
Ricciardo surprises Red Bull
Christian Horner admits Red Bull "didn't realise how quick" Daniel Ricciardo was when they picked him to succeed Mark Webber in 2014.
Ricci realistic about Canada
Daniel Ricciardo might have given the best performance of his Red Bull career to date in Monaco but the Australian doubts he'll get as close to a Mercedes at next month's Canadian GP.
'We'll give Mercedes a run'
Daniel Ricciardo is optimistic Red Bull will in position to give Mercedes "a run" at the head of the field when the Monaco GP action resumes on Saturday.
Ricciardo unsurprised by start
Daniel Ricciardo says he hasn't been surprised by his flying start against Sebastian Vettel, although both Red Bull drivers are cautious about their chances in Monaco this weekend.
Red Bull: Wing was broken
Red Bull have denied any deliberate intent after a small wing on Sebastian Vettel's car was seen apparently flexing during Spanish GP practice.
Ricciardo: Merc too far ahead
Daniel Ricciardo is resigned to Red Bull once more being 'best of the rest' after ending Friday practice for the Spanish GP third fastest behind Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
Horner defends Vettel display
Red Bull chief Christian Horner has defended Sebastian Vettel after the World Champion apparently refused to obey a team order during the Chinese GP.