Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo of Australia steers his car during the second free practice session at the Hungaroring racetrack in Mogyorod, northeast of Budapest, Hungary, Friday July 28, 2017. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)
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Australian Daniel Ricciardo reminded Formula One's title contenders that Red Bull remain a force to reckon with after lapping fastest in crash-interrupted practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix Friday.Fourth in the championship, and 60 points behind Ferrari's leader Sebastian Vettel at the mid-point in the season, the Perth-born driver recorded a best time of one minute 18.455 seconds in the afternoon.He also led the morning time sheets in 1:18.486, with both his fastest times comfortably inside the race lap record of 1:19.071 set by legend Michael Schumacher with Ferrari in 2004 .Vettel was second fastest, 0.183 off the pace, after a somewhat slow start to his weekend.Vettel had been more than a second slower than Ricciardo in sixth place on a warm but cloudy morning at the Hungaroring outside Budapest.
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