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15 April 2018, 12:38 | Charlene Valdez
GETTYDaniel Ricciardo thinks Max Verstappen was"greedy
Hamilton dominated Friday's practice, but the Mercedes cars had no answer to Ferrari in Saturday qualifying.
While Ricciardo was clinical in mowing down the Ferraris and Mercedes in front of him, his younger teammate Max Verstappen showed less composure, attempting a unsafe move on Vettel which saw both drivers run off the track and the Dutchman ultimately receive a 10-second penalty.
How did Ricciardo do it?
Ferrari, which was leading the race at the time through Sebastian Vettel, was slower to react and lost the lead to Bottas.
But the safety auto threw in a curve ball and Red Bull grabbed their chance.
The turning point came as the two Toro Rosso's of Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly collided at the hairpin, leaving debris strewn on the outside.
Mechanics had two hours to change the engine on Ricciardo's Red Bull on Saturday, pulling off the feat just in time to give Ricciardo two minutes on the track to set his qualifying time.
Unlike their rivals, Ricciardo and Verstappen dived into the pits to take on fresh rubber, and the gamble worked for Ricciardo as he passed Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton, Vettel and finally Bottas for a quite remarkable win.
Red Bull's decision to start on the Ultrasoft didn't reap too many rewards but it also didn't hamper as both drivers went long enough to pit and switch onto the Medium tyre, matching the one-stop strategy of the Mercedes' and Ferrari's.
The battle for the lead had reached a stalemate by lap 35 after Valtteri Bottas had jumped Sebastian Vettel in the pit stop window, but a clumsy collision between Toro Rosso teammates Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley created enough debris to trigger a safety auto, at which point Red Bull Racing pounced into an emergency pit stop.
Each move was made in his trademark style - making a hugely committed dive down the inside from a long way back, but always in total control on the edge of adhesion.
"Sometimes you have just got to lick the stamp and send it".
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