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Ricciardo getting closer to that Red Bull seat

The Aussie driver seems to be getting the "upper hand" from management.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013

May 15th, 2013 (GMM).- The signs are growing ever stronger than Daniel Ricciardo is a real candidate to replace his Australian countryman Mark Webber at Red Bull next year.

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"Ideally for me I'd love to get the Red Bull Racing seat one day, and to sort of really complete their programme," he told Melbourne radio SEN on Wednesday.

"Everyone's always watching -- I'm always trying to make sure I'm turning a few heads. Red Bull for me has created a massive opportunity," Ricciardo added.

Franz Tost, Ricciardo's Toro Rosso boss, admitted on Wednesday that - weighing up Ricciardo versus Frenchman Vergne - it is the young Australian closest to making the move to Red Bull.

"Right now he (Ricciardo) has the upper hand, which we have seen in Barcelona," the Austrian told F1's official website.

"But that is a snapshot right now. Generally I would say that both would fit into the Red Bull concept."

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