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Daniel Ricciardo Looks Even More Like Real Deal After German Grand Prix Scrap

From the moment he was confirmed as Mark Webber's replacement at Red Bull, the 2014 Formula One season has always been about learning for Daniel Ricciardo. For the driver himself, it's been about learning on the job, with the challenge of adapting as quickly as possible to the environment of a team that had won the last four drivers' and constructors' world championships. As for the rest of us—the spectators, the onlookers, the colleagues and peers—it's been a little more interesting. Ricciardo's promotion from Toro Rosso was the ultimate test of Red Bull's young-driver program, as well as the depth of quality of Formula One's midfield. After the freak of nature that was Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull's credibility as the training ...

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