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GP Week : Issue 206
They were never in with a chance of victory, possibly a podium, but Red Bull’s duo were in on most of the action during the race and, in those circumstances, you’ve just got to relax a bit – even seb seemed to on this occasion, but it was Ricciardo, unlucky to be delayed by the Turn 1 fracas, who had the best time of all: “T hat was awesome fun, one of the most enjoyable races I’ve had – I mean, not on the first lap, obviously – that was just the wrong place at the wrong time. I wasn’t as worse off as Massa and hopefully he is okay. “I was on the outside and the collision happened, I had to avoid it and went pretty far down the field, I don't know exactly how far back. From then on I just got on to the radio and said ‘let's make an amazing recovery and make ourselves proud today.’ And I think we did that – we fought hard and we didn't leave anything on the table. “These are the moments and battles that I personally thrive off and enjoy. Fernando is known to be a tough racer and I thought who better to have a good fight with. I was on the Primes and he was on fresher Options and I gave it the best fight I could and, well .., nearly!” On this occasion, his team-mate too enjoyed his day: “It was fun with Fernando today – we started maybe where we left off in silverstone! It was quite entertaining the first half of the race and at one point it was quite tight with both the Ferraris, but we managed to stay ahead. “The second stop was a bit too close and Fernando was able to pass without too many difficulties, which put us on the back foot, but we decided to be a bit more aggressive towards the end and make sure we got the undercut and then we could put some gap between us, which was crucial for us as we were quite tight in terms of fuel towards the end of the race. I think that was the best we could get today.” The hairpin was Lewis' overtaking spot; the tight left-hander Daniel's ... Red Bull gives you ... fun with Fernando 33 GPWEEK.com // 33 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> HOCKENHAIM PARTNERS: