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Daniel Ricciardo clarifies comments, ready for 'two more cracks' with Red Bull

Daniel Ricciardo has clarified comments he made at the Mexican Grand Prix, where he suggested there was “no point” in him participating in the final two races of 2018. Ricciardo scored pole position in Mexico and while his win hopes were dashed through a poor getaway, he was on course for the runner-up spot when his Red Bull RB14 failed with 10 laps to go. It marked his second retirement in as many weekends and the sixth occasion in 2018 that he had been unable to reach the chequered flag due to a mechanical problem. A dejected Ricciardo quipped afterwards that his car was “cursed” and that he might as well hand it over to 2019 Red Bull driver Pierre Gasly for the...
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