Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Daniel Ricciardo: Monaco owes me, and I want that win

Daniel Ricciardo: Monaco owes me, and I want that win

Teammate Daniel Ricciardo went on to take pole position on Saturday afternoon, underlining the potential of the Red Bull this weekend, but Verstappen will start last on the grid after his vehicle was not repaired in time for the start of the session. "So we've got some ground to cover and pick up if we want to be in the fight for the win".

"He (Vettel) has a veto so that wouldn't happen", Hamilton added. I think they look attractive. "I am really happy to be where I am".

Four-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton welcomes the return, although he expressed reservations. "For Saturday it will be very close".

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Verstappen was on course to top FP3 before his crash, as Red Bull has dominated proceedings in Monte Carlo so far.

In full, Ricciardo's second practice run was 1:11.841 which was closely followed by Belgian-Dutch driver Max Verstappen at +0.194, and Germany's Sebastian Vettel at +0.572. F1 managing director for commercial operations Sean Bratches said in January the practice wasn't appropriate anymore, a move which met with more approval outside of F1 itself.

It came after Ricciardo taught Toro Rosso driver Pierre Gasly a thing or two about Australian culture, with the Frenchman getting a lesson in how to handball an Aussie Rules footy. I think the hype is absolutely justified.

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Valtteri Bottas secured the sixth fastest time of the session in the second Mercedes while Nico Hulkenberg was the "best of the rest" for Renault in seventh, just ahead of a McLaren 8-9 that was fronted by Stoffel Vandoorne.

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Teammate Verstappen had been Ricciardo's biggest threat all weekend - second in every session - but was absent after crashing in FP3 and will start from the back of the grid. He then dropped back to 15th in second practice.

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"This time it's us". Having been 0.4s clear of the field at that stage, Ricciardo was unable to improve on his own time but the rest of the field couldn't respond as nobody else dipped under the 1m11s barrier. "Ultimately it is the FIA's job to look after everyone and we trust them as much as the other teams do to do their job".

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