Key Caution, Aid In Ricciardo Stealing Chinese Grand Prix Victory

What a fluky day it was on Sunday in China. Nothing against Daniel Ricciardo, but this was one of his finest drives in his Formula One career. But, in order to do so, it took some major luck. No one, and I mean no one, had Ricciardo taking his No. 3 Red Bull Renault to victory in this weekend’s Heineken Chinese Grand Prix. I mean, if you did, you may need your head examined. That’s not a shot to Ricciardo either. It’s just the truth. 

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Vettel Earns Heineken Grand Prix of China (2 am ET/ESPN 2) In All Ferrari Front Row Lockout

For the second straight Formula One race, Ferrari’s have secured a front row lockout. That’s the first time since 2006 that they’ve done that, as Michael Schumacher won the pole in USA and France while his teammate at the time started second. Those were also Schumacher’s last two poles of his career too. This time, it’s Sebastian Vettel doing the trick. Last weekend, Vettel put his No. 5 Ferrari on the pole in Bahrain. This weekend, he earned the top starting spot for Sunday’s Heineken Chinese Grand Prix (2 am…

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