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Ricciardo wins thriller in China

Daniel Ricciardo won the Chinese GP after a spectacular charge in an epic race packed with controversy and overtakes galore. Ricciardo surged from sixth to first in the space of ten laps after Red Bull opportunistically pitted for fresh tyres behind a Safety Car. Sebastian Vettel was relegated to just eight after a collision with Max Verstappen. The Red Bull driver was hit with a ten-second time penalty by the race stewards, promoting Lewis Hamilton to fourth and within eleven points of title leader Vettel. Ricciardo sealed victory with an inches-to-spare pass on Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas in the closing stages. The Finn then had to hold compatriot Kimi Raikkonen for second place while...
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