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Daniel Ricciardo may come across as a bit of a softie but behind that smiling exterior there lurks an Aussie hard man up for a fight.Ricciardo is third in the world championship and, going into Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, has scored 106 points compared to quadruple world champion teammate Sebastian Vettel's more modest haul of 82 .The Australian has been nothing short of a revelation and in Germany last weekend his duels with Ferrari's Fernando Alonso drew rare praise from Spain's double world champion. He told reporters that Ricciardo was doing an "unbelievable" job, attacking hard and braking late and fighting cleanly and fairly. Ricciardo, ever polite, thanked him for the compliment. Respect, said Ricciardo, was always important for any driver and particularly for one whose appearances might sometimes be deceptive.
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