Red Bull's Max Verstappen in action. REUTERS/Albert Gea
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It takes some effort to wipe the smile off Daniel Ricciardo's face but Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen will be hoping the breezy Australian has less to grin about this season.Ricciardo, who can count on strong home support for the opener, was the only driver other than the Mercedes pairing to qualify on pole position last year.The Red Bull pair were also the only non-Mercedes drivers to win last year, but Verstappen's arrival on the top step was more sensational – coming in his debut race for the team in Spain in May after switching from Toro Rosso. Verstappen was only once out of the top four in the last six races, but lost out 10-7 to Ricciardo in their 17 as teammates.
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