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Ricciardo gets confidence boost from Spa second row spot

Daniel Ricciardo produced his best qualifying performance of the season so far despite tricky rain-swept conditions on Saturday at Spa-Francorchamps, sealing a second row grid position for McLaren in the Belgian Grand Prix. Fourth is the Australian driver's best starting grid position since he moved to McLaren from Renault at the start of the season, and a perfect way to make his 200th Formula 1 race start. It's all very good news for Ricciardo, whose confidence has taken a battering with a tough transition over the course of the first 11 races of the year. "Second row, I’m going to take it of course!" he beamed. "With these crazy weather conditions and everything I’ll...
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