Red Bull is top ten in Bahrain

Christian Horner: "I think both drivers got the absolute maximum out of the cars today."

Daniel Ricciardo (Finish Position: 6th, Start Position: 7th): “I think the race went as well as it could and I drove well to finish sixth. The chassis is working better and through the corners we are more or less there; we’ll move onto Europe and see if we can get further up the grid and keep improving. The weekend went pretty smooth for me until the end of the race, I don’t know what happened, but the team will have a look at it.”

Daniil Kvyat (Finish Position: 9th, Start Position: 17th): “I enjoyed the race today, it put a smile on my face. We had a good recovery to finish in the points. We gathered a lot of data to analyse and see what improvements can be made so we can move forward. As a team we want to improve and we’re all working hard to get there – I can feel good vibes are coming.”

Christian Horner, Team Principal: “I think both drivers got the absolute maximum out of the cars today. Daniel drove a very clean race; his engine seemed to join the firework party in the end, but he finished a strong sixth. Daniil made a good recovery from his P17 start to finish in ninth. It’s good to have both cars finish in the points today.”

Thierry Salvi, Renault: “It was a quiet race for us and as much as we could have expected results-wise. We got to the end with the fixes we put in place after Shanghai, and got the points, which was the main objective.”

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Series Formula 1
Event Bahrain GP
Sub-event Sunday post-race
Track Bahrain International Circuit
Drivers Daniel Ricciardo , Daniil Kvyat
Article type Race report
Tags red bull