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F1 news, Brazilian Grand Prix 2018: Daniel Ricciardo on Max Verstappen dad comments Mexico GP, Red Bull, Renault

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DANIEL Ricciardo has hit back at suggestions by Max Verstappen’s dad that he rubbed his teammate’s face in it by over-celebrating after pipping him to pole position in Mexico.

The Dutchman was the man to beat all weekend having set the quickest times, but Ricciardo reminded everyone what he could do with a dramatic quickest lap with only seconds remaining to qualify on pole.

In doing so, he denied Verstappen the record of becoming the youngest ever pole-sitter for a Formula One Grand Prix, leading the 21-year-old’s father Jos to say his son was annoyed with Ricciardo for the way he dealt with his victory.

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Dakar Rally 2019: Toby Price wins on motorbike, fractured wrist injury, results, times, latest, highlights, video

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Australian Toby Price has won his second Dakar Rally motorcycle title, while Qatar’s Nasser Al-Attiyah claiming his third title in the main car category.

Price broke the scaphoid bone in his right wrist weeks before the race and thought he would endure two stages then pull out, but support and luck kept him going in Peru.

He came to the 10th and last stage on Thursday after racing almost 5200km with only one minute’s lead over rival Pablo Quintanilla.

Then just 10km into the dune-heavy, 112km course from Pisco to Lima, the Chilean rider fell off his bike and injured his foot.

Aussie Price dominating Dakar

Aussie Price dominating Dakar

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Supercars news 2019: Garth Tander joins Triple Eight, Shane van Gisbergen, Red Bull Holden, GRM, Enduro Cup, schedule, Bathurst

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The 41-year-old still had a year remaining on his contract with GRM and was preparing to start the new season as the oldest person on the starting grid following the retirement of Craig Lowndes.

However, his full-time driving career was instead ended 12 months early as he was replaced by Tickford Racing reject Richie Stanaway.

Tander, who has won at Bathurst three times in his long career, will instead pair up with Shane van Gisbergen in the No. 97 after it was confirmed Lowndes would reunite with Jamie Whincup in the other Triple Eight car.

Tander will pair up with Shane van Gisbergen
Tander will pair up with Shane van GisbergenSource: Supplied

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Supercars news 2019: Garth Tander dropped by GRM, Garry Rogers, Richie Stanaway, latest update, Boost Mobile, quotes, reaction, schedule

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Garry Rogers Motorsport has stunned the world of Supercars by dumping veteran and former champion Garth Tander for the 2019 season, all but certainly ending his full-time driving career.

The 41-year-old only recently spoke of how he was planning to scale back on his extra-curricular racing outside of Supercars so he can focus solely on the series this year.

However, if he is to do that then it will no longer be with GRM after they announced Richie Stanaway as his replacement after he was in turn dropped by Tickford Racing in December, despite having a year still left of his contract.

Garth Tander started his career with Garry Rogers and now seemingly ends it with him too.
Garth Tander started his career with Garry Rogers and now seemingly ends it with him too.Source: Supplied

Tander was set to be the oldest person on the starting grid this year following the retirement of Craig Lowndes and revealed in a recent interview with Supercars.com that he was jokingly warned to not quit by Garry Rogers following the Holden legend’s announcement.

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