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Ricciardo says "fifth was the maximum" from back of grid
17 July 2017, 12:54 | Darnell Patrick
Sebastian Vettel is sure Max Verstappen will calm down his driving with more experience in Formula 1- Credit Mark Thompson Getty Images
Ricciardo is still confident of fighting back into the points paying positions and believes wet weather in Sunday's race could help him move further up the order. "Obviously tomorrow is another day - I'm just disappointed not to be able to show more of what we can do in qualifying". Fifth was the best we could have done today and I achieved that. Neither Red Bull gambled, opting for intermediate tyres and it initially paid off, with Ricciardo leading Verstappen in the time sheets. It's definitely a big failure of some sort, and we couldn't save it for the session.
Starting from the back of the grid, alongside Fernando Alonso, after suffering a Turbocharger failure in Q1 yesterday, Red Bull opted to take advantage of the situation by changing the Internal Combustion Engine, Turbocharger, MGU-H and MGU-K on the Australian's vehicle.
Though disappointed to be starting so far back, Ricciardo nonetheless says he didn't think the performance of the auto was as strong as expected. "I lost a bit of power down the straight and heard some weird turbo noises, I thought I could nurse it back to the pits but then it all switched off and we couldn't save it for the session".
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"I probably damaged a bit of the floor, fell back to last again, but the whole race I was pushing and got back up to fifth - it was fun, good times!" "We got a bit lucky with Seb's puncture at the end and I pitted to be safe as I knew I had enough room behind me".
"Either in these [conditions] or dry we can fight through to get inside the top 10".
"Our pace was pretty good and the vehicle felt competitive during the race, it felt better than it did in qualifying so now we need to understand why we struggled yesterday".
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