RACE: Ricciardo wins wild Chinese Grand Prix for Red Bull

A collision, a safety car and a Red Bull gamble. Those three ingredients delivered the most exciting Grand Prix in recent memory. Sebastian Vettel led. Then Valtteri Bottas led. But it was Daniel Ricciardo who came out on top when it mattered….
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Canada stats – Hamilton matches two more Senna records

Lewis Hamilton was left speechless by the presentation of a genuine Ayrton Senna race helmet to mark matching the Brazilian on 65 poles on Saturday – but that wasn’t the only Senna record he equalled in Montreal…
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Mercedes withdraw Verstappen protest

Mercedes have withdrawn a protest over Max Verstappen’s defensive tactics in his late-race battle with Lewis Hamilton at Suzuka, which was initially scheduled to be heard at the forthcoming race in the United States.
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Verstappen: Holding off Ricciardo ‘not nice’

Max Verstappen enjoyed a race of contrasts in China on Sunday, charging through the field on the opening lap, but then having to go very much on the defensive in the closing stages, when he came under intense pressure from Red Bull team mate Daniel Ricciardo for the final podium spot.
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