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Daniel Ricciardo Channels Frustration to Claim 2016 Monaco GP Pole Position

Almost two years after their last victory, Red Bull were winners again on May 15 as Max Verstappen sprayed champagne from the top step of the Spanish Grand Prix podium. But as one driver revelled in producing a much-needed feel-good story for Formula One, the other was finding it difficult to balance collective joy with personal dissatisfaction. While his colleagues fought between themselves to catch stray droplets of bubbly falling from the skies, Daniel Ricciardo was out the back, having failed to even make the top three in a race he once seemed likely to win. That infectious smile of his remained, yet behind it was a driver unable to comprehend how his side of the garage—a group of people who were always there to capitalise on Mer...

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