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after a disappointing season opener Daniel Ricciardo recognizes in its McLaren gradually at the end of the tunnel. Although the Australian in Qualifying in Le Castellet had once again been beaten teammate Lando Norris, but the entry into Q3 and the scarce residue on Norris are signs of improvements.
reason to boundless cheers Ricciardo did not recognize. "The day I am satisfied with a tenth place should be the day I stop with racing," says the 31-year-old clearly.
Overall, he could live with the weekend until Saturday. "No big problems, no big complaints. I did not feel that we have scratched ourselves at the head or that we were lost," he describes.
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Ricciardo: At the moment every fast
is the fight for the coveted places in Q3 was once again a fight of a few hundredths of a second. This close competition is a big challenge, explains Ricciardo. "You can probably say it the best: Everyone is very fast at the moment, the competition is hard," says Ricciardo. For him, it is now about finding the last few tenths to Norris.
unlike in Baku, as he landed it in Q2 and landed in the distance limitation, he remained without mistake this time. "If you just make a mistake and loses a tenth in a curve, you have no chance to go to poles or to lead your group. I like that," says Ricciardo, which was most recently in the rear area of the midfield.
"Of course it can be frustrating when you're at the back and a tenth would give you some positions. But at the moment everyone is pretty fast and the cars work well," he reports.
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Ricciardo: Le Castellet offers more play area
The route in Le Castellet with its extensive outlet zones, Ricciardo comes in its current situation enormously. Because the heroasting to the limit is not punished in such a way on this route as well as last in Baku or before in Monaco, where a mistake was synonymous with an accident.
"For the risk element and explore that I can play with, there is simply more freedoms here," explains Ricciardo, who could not remember it, during the weekend in France ever to have been next to the route.
After the event in southern France follow two weekends in the Austrian Spielberg, after that, the McLaren newcomer hopes, he is a unit by car. "I feel good now in the car. And at the end of these three races in a row, I should be able to call this car my home," he hopes.
Marc Marquez to Highsider worried: "You do not know when you crash again" .
© REPSOL Media Marc Marquez is worried about the Honda-typical high-insider that Marc Marquez closed the MotoGP training friday in Assen with a respectable sixth place, after his heavy fall in the second free workout to the minor matter. The Spaniard had been catapulted in curve 10 by high-sizers from his Honda and had overturned several times in the pebbles.