Daniel Ricciardo says he will wait until qualifying before drawing a conclusion on where he believes Red Bull will feature during the British Grand Prix, but feels it is on course to challenge for the top five ahead of Williams.

A positive day all round for the Red Bull-backed teams, Ricciardo was sixth fastest behind team-mate Daniil Kvyat at the end of second free practice.

However, while Ricciardo was happy to see both cars inside the top six, he believes there is still more to come from the package heading into qualifying.

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"We made some progress today, but we still need to keep working," he said. "The positions are good to have both cars in the top six, but I think we can still gain more lap time. Within the balance, I don't think we're in the perfect window and we will aim to achieve that tomorrow."

Indeed, though he expects Williams to prove stronger come qualifying, he believes Red Bull has enough in hand to ensure it stays in front.

"I think Williams will close up. They always seem to be more on the money on the Saturday, but I would say with the gap we had today we should remain in front of them. We will see what happens I think a top five tomorrow we can be happy with."