Daniel Ricciardo

‘It Just Zapped Me’: Ricciardo Reveals He Suffered From Hay Fever At Silverstone

After a slow start to the 2021 season with McLaren, Daniel Riccardo had a “better weekend” at last weekend’s British Grand Prix at Silverstone.    The Australian has struggled to keep up with team-mate Lando Norris throughout the season, previously stating that he was “past the point of being frustrated.” READ: Marko Comments On Possibility Of


Horner Confident Ricciardo Will Overcome McLaren Struggles

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said he is confident that Daniel Ricciardo will overcome the current struggles he is having at McLaren and show the F1 paddock that he is still a “great driver.” Ricciardo raced with Red Bull after coming up through their junior programme, but he decided to leave the team

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Ricciardo: I’m ‘Certainly Not Defeated’ By Norris’ Imola Podium

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo has said he is “certainly not defeated” by team-mate Lando Norris’ podium in the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Ricciardo was ahead of Norris towards the start of the race, but the team ordered him to let the young Brit through so they could see his pace in clean air.  Follow

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Ricciardo Believes McLaren Made Right Call Letting Norris Through

Daniel Ricciardo has said he believes McLaren made the right call by asking him to let team-mate Lando Norris through early in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix when they were running in P5 and P6, respectively. Norris finished the race in third to score his second-ever F1 podium, while Ricciardo brought his McLaren home in

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Seidl: Di Resta Could Stand In For Ricciardo Or Norris At McLaren

Ex-F1 driver Paul di Resta has been confirmed as part of McLaren’s pool of reserve drivers. McLaren have a deal with the Mercedes F1 Team to share the Silver Arrows’ two reserve drivers – Stoffel Vandoorne and Nyck de Vries – this season, but di Resta gives them another option should they be unavailable due

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