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Tyre temperature hampered Ricciardo in Portugal

Daniel Ricciardo An inability to maintain tyre temperature in the second half of the Portuguese Grand Prix hampered Daniel Ricciardo's progress. The Australian finished the race in ninth place, a one spot improvement from his grid slot but one behind team-mate Esteban Ocon. Ricciardo started the race on soft compound tyres before switching to mediums at his sole stop on Lap 15. That dropped him to 19th on the road, and though he rose through the field as others stopped, he was ultimately unable to make serious inroads. “It was difficult. I don’t think (I) had the pace today,” he admitted to Sky Sports. “The soft (tyre), pitted quite early, the front left was graining pretty heavily...
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