Ricciardo second to Nico Rosberg.
Andrew Tate It's a brave commentator who would predict the ultimate winner in the Mercedes-dominated title battle in 2016, but if the second half of the Formula One season has shown anything it's that Daniel Ricciardo and his Red Bull might be in the mix come 2017
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Andrew Tate There have been two big winners since Formula One returned from a mid-season break – Mercedes' Nico Rosberg and Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo.
Andrew Tate Nico Rosberg had a win, Lewis Hamilton a slow trigger and Daniel Ricciardo did all that could be expected to gain one place on his starting position and finish fifth at the Italian Grand Prix.
Andrew Tate Italian Grand Prix qualifying is situation normal with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg starting first and second, with Australia's Daniel Ricciardo to start from sixth.
Andrew Tate Australia's Daniel Ricciardo was feeling no pain when he posted his weekly post-race video from his Monaco balcony to the @RedBullRacing Twitter account, but he's conceded the team has work to do to be podium contenders at Sunday's Italian Grand Prix.
Andrew Tate After his exploits at the German and now Belgian Grands Prix, it's no stretch to wonder if Daniel Ricciardo will have the whole of Australia sipping celebratory drinks from our ugg boots before the end of the season.