daniel ricciardo’s success at the formula 1 chinese grand prix has not just thrown the 2018 title race wide open but also proves that as the great man himself says, he “doesn’t win boring races”. see related 2018 f1 season guide: standings, race schedule and betting oddsthe “best overtaker in the business did it again,” said the bbc’s andrew benson following ricciardo’s victory in shanghai ahead of mercedes’s valtteri bottas and ferrari’s kimi raikkonen. australian ricciardo surged from sixth to first to secure a “remarkable” victory and throw the f1 championship “wide open”. the red bull driver is “lighting up the 2018 season” with his performances on the track, and with his personality off it, benson added.the f1 writer continued: “daniel ricciardo is gold dust on every level and his remarkable victory in the chinese grand prix lit up what was already turning into an intoxicating formula 1 season. the red bull driver somehow manages to be f1’s clown prince and the most irresistible racer on the grid all at the same time.”sky sports calledricciardo’s overtakes of raikkonen, lewis hamilton and bottas “sublime”, while the daily mail’s jonathan mcevoy described him as the “master conjurer who comes from next to nowhere to win races”. all of ricciardo’s six f1 career victories have come from starting outside of the top three. mcevoy wrote: “from sixth, fourth, fifth, fourth, tenth and sixth. and, in the case of his vic...