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In a way he's got more to lose against Ricciardo than against Kimi. Seb is obviously quick, particularly on the new Tilke stop and go tracks and Kimi is also quick, particularly on tracks with a nice rythm and some faster corners. I think if they'd team up neither is going to completely blow away the other (if the team actually gives equal machinery that is), eventhough Seb migth (sadly) have the edge in qualifying...Still, no reputations damaged.
However Ricciardo at this point hasn't really made a name for himself yet (well...he's made it to F1, but you know what I mean). If he can come in and immediately start to equal Vettel after being regarded so far as a decent midfield driver, people are going to say, 'ok it is Newey, it's the car'.