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Ricciardo leads plaudits on Kubica's F1 return

The FIA Press Conference Daniel Ricciardo interrupted a Thursday press conference to call for a round of applause to celebrate the Formula 1 return of Robert Kubica. The two drivers were part of the FIA press conference, where they were joined by Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, and Max Verstappen. Amid the myriad of questions fired at the five drivers, Ricciardo interrupted to herald the return of Kubica, who will drive for Williams this year. Kubica was one of the brightest stars in Formula 1 before a rally crash in early 2011 interrupted, and for a time threatened to end, his motor racing career. Almost a decade on from his last appearance, Ricciardo called for a round of applause for...
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