Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo of Australia steers his car during the second free practice at the Monaco racetrack in Monaco, Thursday, May 26, 2016. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)
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Australian Daniel Ricciardo set the pace for Red Bull in Monaco Grand Prix practice Thursday, with crashes and a loose drain cover putting safety back in the spotlight at Formula One's showcase race.The Briton, who collided with Rosberg in Spain 11 days ago and lags the German by 43 points after five races, is seeking to end his teammate's run of three successive Monaco wins but Ricciardo could be a threat to both.Verstappen was fifth and fourth in the respective sessions.A series of crashes led to the virtual safety car being deployed three times in the morning before the session was stopped when a loose drain cover damaged Rosberg's car and Jenson Button's McLaren.
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