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Ricciardo doesn't want tough Turkish GP to ruin momentum

Article To news overview © McLaren Daniel Ricciardo hopes that McLaren won't let a difficult weekend at the Turkish Grand Prix affect their momentum. The team had enjoyed some successful races prior to Istanbul, with the most notable being a 1-2 finish for Ricciardo and Lando Norris in Monza. However, things looked very different in Turkey, with Ricciardo struggling to make ground after starting from the back of the grid due to an engine penalty. Ricciardo eventually finished the race in 13th, whilst Norris claimed P7. The Australian admits it was a "long afternoon" but remains hopeful that the team can learn from it and bounce back. "I don't want to dismiss this weekend...
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