Why Red Bull's hopes of domination are real

Why Red Bull's hopes of domination are real

On Friday in Singapore, Daniel Ricciardo did something a Red Bull driver hasn't done for years: declared he wanted to dominate the weekend. The Friday data suggests he can

Something very unusual happened in the Singapore Grand Prix paddock after Friday practice. A Red Bull driver suggested a dominant weekend was the objective, which is unheard of nowadays.

You have to go back to 2013 for the last time a Red Bull driver could say that with a straight face, the year before the man in question - Daniel Ricciardo - took over Mark Webber's seat at the team.

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