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  • However, as 2nd placed Daniel Ricciardo was subsequently disqualified after his car was found to have exceeded the maximum allowed fuel flow rate of 100 kg/h, Button was promoted to 3rd.Jenson Button-Wikipedia
  • They had a largely unsuccessful 2014; their best result was in Australia where – after Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from second place – Magnussen finished second and Button third.McLaren-Wikipedia
  • Alonso and Ferrari had a difficult season, but went close to winning the, before being overtaken by Daniel Ricciardo only a couple of laps before the finish.Fernando Alonso-Wikipedia
  • This may be because Daniel Ricciardo was pushed much more by Verstappen than he was by Kvyat, Ricciardo stating he has learnt from Verstappen's driving techniques in order to improve as a driver.Red Bull Racing-Wikipedia
  • On 3 August 2018, it was announced that Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo would be joining the team on a two-year deal to partner Hülkenberg.Renault in Formula One-Wikipedia
  • Red Bull Racing finished 2nd in the Constructors' Championship that year, with Daniel Ricciardo taking 3rd in the Drivers' Championship.Red Bull Racing-Wikipedia

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