Australian F1 Driver Daniel Ricciardo has fought through engine problems to clinch first place in the Monaco Grand Prix.
The Red Bull driver showed maturity and composure as he kept Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton from passing him in dying stages of the races.
The win puts Ricciardo into third place in the overall F1 standings.
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It is second win of the season and the seventh of his career.
The West Australian said it was redemption after slipping out of contention due to a botched pit stop.
“Two years in the making and I finally feel redemption has arrived,” Ricciardo said.
“I lost power halfway and I thought the race was over. Thanks to the team we got it back. I’m stoked.”
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