F1 » Horner hails ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo despite more bad luck


Red Bull boss Christian Horner has praised Daniel Ricciardo for his positive outlook after a frustrating Malaysian Grand Prix.

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Nate44

April 01, 2014 10:20 AM

Why does this stuff never happen to Vettel. Happens to him once in Australia and what do you know something happens to Ricciardo. All to much of a coincidence for me. Thinking back to all the stuff that happened to Webber

JimboJones

April 01, 2014 10:47 AM

Such a silly comment - Vettel retired in Melbourne, remember? I'm an Aussie so I support Daniel but seriously it's just getting ridiculous to suggest things like that.

Back to the article - great praise from Horner, which doesn't come easily. I thought Daniel had a great race but in the end it was out of his hands. Seb seemed to have a yard or two of pace more all weekend so hopefully Daniel and the team can turn that around next time.

richard

April 01, 2014 12:04 PM

ty. of course you know what taz is shrt for? Tasmanian devil! so maybe tz will be able to eat you up?

nate yes, that is a totally ridiculous comment! all the kers issues that seb used to have....no power in oz...etc etc vettel had MORE failures than webber, but was able to drive around a number of them.

might I hazard a guess that you are from oz? anything that happens to an aussie is always a conspiracy...................siigghhhh

dmac65

April 01, 2014 1:01 PM

Attn@Taipan, Lol, everyone puts on their rose colored glasses before reading any crash net F1 comments. And or reading and understanding someones comment, then screwing with their typos and sentence structure just to ridicule their typing. Nate44, meant, as everyone who read it understood him perfectly. Sebastian Vettel never seems to get any bad luck, atnd the one time he 'seemed' to get some bad luck, DNF at Australia, and with his team mate finishing on the podium, heading into the season with a points lead on the 4 time world champion, but being disqualified from the race afterwards for a technical infringement by the team, and therefore making Sebastian Vettels worst race result in many races equal to not bad stuff happening to him, but actually receiving quite good luck within the team. Please everyone don't forget to let me know when Daniel Ricciardo next DNF's in a race (oh there will be many many more DNF's for him I think unfortunately for the fast kid) where Sebastian Vettel

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