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GP Week : Issue 212
seventh and eighth isn't where Red Bull is used to being but, on a track which rewarded horsepower – and fuel-efficient horsepower at that – it was the reality. The team had a fairly uneventful race, the only real issue being that of any potential team orders early on, as Vettel appeared to be holding Ricciardo up. There weren' t any. ultimately, a tyre blister problem for Ricciardo solved that, Vettel drew away, only to lose the spot to the Australian any way, undercut on the Prime tyres when Daniel stoped relatively early. " It was a fairly uneventful race for us," said Christian Horner. "Tyre degradation was not really a factor; we had a concern with the option tyre with Daniel, which is why we pitted so early, but that was pretty much it. "Dan got pretty close to Alonso at the end who looked like he was in trouble on fuel, but we just didn't have the pace on the straights to mount a serious challenge. so both cars home, a reliable race, but it's been a Mercedes engine dominated event." Ricciardo retians a relatively healthy third place in the title chase and, as the stats show, has only been beaten by the 2013 world champ three times so far in 2014. Quite amazing ... Bit part players 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> RUSSIA PARTNERS: