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personalia

Australian
1 July 1989 (29)
Ernie de Vos (1 July 1941)
Kazuyoshi Hoshino (1 July 1947)

statistics

7 (4.7%)
29 (19.3%)
3 (2%)
0 (0%)
1st
8
150
149
986 (6.6 points per race avg)
8157
292 (3.6%)
13 (8.7%)
26 (17.3%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Daniel Ricciardo

Daniel Joseph Ricciardo ( rih-KAR-doh; born 1 July 1989) is an Australian racing driver who is currently competing in Formula One for Red Bull Racing. He won the British Formula 3 Championship in 2009. After Mark Webber announced his retirement from Formula One, Ricciardo was confirmed as his replacement at Red Bull Racing for 2014. In his first season with Red Bull, Ricciardo finished third in the championship with his first three Formula One wins, in Canada, Hungary, and Belgium. Ricciardo returned to winning form after over a two-year absence when he won the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, eventually sealing third in the championship for the second time in three years at the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
2011 Vitantonio Liuzzi
Narain Karthikeyan
HRT compare 2011
2012 Jean-Éric Vergne
Toro Rosso compare 2012
2013 Jean-Éric Vergne
Toro Rosso compare 2013
2014 Sebastian Vettel
Red Bull compare 2014
2015 Daniil Kvyat
Red Bull compare 2015
2016 Daniil Kvyat
Max Verstappen
Red Bull compare 2016
2017 Max Verstappen
Red Bull compare 2017
2018 Max Verstappen
Red Bull compare 2018

news

Despite being widely regarded as one of the most impressive drivers on the F1 grid, as well as having won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 2015, Hulkenberg has yet to appear on the podium in 156 grands prix starts.<br>Ricciardo has left Red Bull, where he scored seven wins and 29 podiums during a five-year spell at the team, to partner Hulkenberg at the Renault works team.<br>He says he will need the happy ...

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Verstappen and Ricciardo were broadly equal in their time together at Red Bull from early 2016 to the end of last year, although Verstappen enjoyed a more impressive 2018 campaign overall. <br>He matched Ricciardo, who has moved to Renault for 2019, with two races wins but scored a further nine podiums and Marko believes Verstappen established himself as a "clearly" better driver.<br>“There is ...

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Prost, who is a special advisor to the French manufacturer, believes that the former Red Bull Racing driver will bring useful knowledge to the team.<br>The Australian, who will partner Nico Hulkenberg, won seven races with Renault power over the past five seasons.<br>"We are very happy with the drivers we had in 2018, that's the first thing we must say," Prost told Motorsport.com. "We're very ...

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Renault's move for Ricciardo last summer was one of the shocks of the year, as the Australian elected to join the French car manufacturer rather than stick with Red Bull.<br>Reflecting on the signing of Ricciardo, Abiteboul said that the way his team's factories in England and France reacted to the news harked back to the French car manufacturer's glory years with Alonso in 2005 and 2006.<br>"It ...

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After weeks of discussions, Ricciardo was expected to sign a new contract with the Milton Keynes-based squad shortly after the Hungarian Grand Prix at the end of July.<br>But the Australian opted instead to join Renault and caught Horner and Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko by surprise when he informed them of his decision.<br>“We looked at it and I think we did everything that we possibly ...

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Ricciardo, who will move to Renault in 2019, scored two wins early on in the season, in China and Monaco respectively but the rest of his season was marred by misfortune and he finished a distant sixth in the championship standings.<br>By comparison, Verstappen recovered from a tough start to the year to enjoy his strongest F1 campaign to date, finishing fourth in the championship, winning in ...

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Abysmal reliability meant Ricciardo slipped to a distant sixth in the championship, 79 points behind Verstappen, after winning two of the first six races.<br>Verstappen outqualified Ricciardo 11 times in a row after the Aussie's Monaco triumph to comfortably win the intra-team battle 15-3 and end the year with an average qualifying advantage of 0.131s.<br>Ricciardo told Motorsport.com: “I am ...

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The Australian won two of the first six races but failed to finish on the podium over the next 15 events as poor reliability, chiefly from Red Bull's engine supplier Renault, blighted his campaign.<br>Ricciardo, who has now left Red Bull and will race for the Renault works team in 2019, told Motorsport.com that it has been the toughest season he has endured mentally.<br>"I don't want to overplay ...

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Ricciardo and Verstappen had almost three full seasons together at Red Bull following the young Dutchman’s promotion to the senior team after four races in 2016.<br>Though the duo had some intense on-track moments together, like battling for what turned out to be victory in the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix and crashing spectacularly in Azerbaijan this year, they got on very well ...

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The Aussie, who moves to Renault next year, was as high as third in the standings after his second win in Monaco, but wound up a distant sixth in the end. In the run-in, he was affected by a disproportionate amount of reliability dramas, which contributed to him recording more retirements than any other F1 driver in 2018 and often impacted his starting position by triggering grid ...

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Speaking on a special farewell Red Bull podcast after the 2018 season, his last with the team before switching to Renault next year, Ricciardo picked out 2015 as one of his most significant memories. Having come to prominence in 2014 by winning three races in his first season with Red Bull and besting four-time world champion teammate Sebastian Vettel, Ricciardo suffered a tougher sophomore ...

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Speaking on a special farewell Red Bull podcast after the 2018 season, his last with the team before switching to Renault next year, Ricciardo picked out 2015 as one of his most significant memories. Having come to prominence in 2014 by winning three races in his first season with Red Bull and besting four-time world champion teammate Sebastian Vettel, Ricciardo suffered a tougher sophomore ...

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The German is excited about the prospect of his former Red Bull rival driving alongside him in 2019, as it will give him a proper chance to prove himself alongside a race winner. Although he is far from worried about taking on Ricciardo in the same car, he accepts that he may need to lift his game if he is going to prove himself. "Bring it on – we all cook with water, I'm not scared of ...

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The Australian made the shock decision after the Hungarian Grand Prix to reject an offer to extend his stay with Red Bull in favour of switching to Renault for 2019. Ricciardo moves away from Red Bull after joining its junior programme ahead of the 2008 season, and having raced for its senior F1 team since 2014. His last formal day in the team’s factory started with a ride on drift bikes ...

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Red Bull had pinned its hopes on a good race in Mexico, because the high altitude closed the gap between Renault and the main opposition. However, the team was competitive at most venues in the last part of the season, suggesting that the its chassis development had outpaced that of Mercedes and Ferrari. "This sport is so confusing at times," said Ricciardo. "Even Brazil I was amazed at the ...

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The Red Bull driver led 17 laps during the middle phase of the race, as he stayed out longer than the other frontrunning cars. While it was hoped that a tyre-life advantage at the end would allow Ricciardo to charge through the field at the end, he was only able to pick off a struggling Valtteri Bottas for fourth, missing out on a farewell podium with the team that nurtured his career into ...

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The Aussie will make one final start for the Red Bull outfit in Abu Dhabi before heading to Renault, ending an era of support from the Austrian energy drink giant that dates back to 2008. In a revealing piece penned for The Players' Tribune ahead of his Red Bull farewell, Ricciardo admitted that, while excited about his switch to Renault, he's expecting this weekend to be an emotional ...

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Ricciardo is preparing for his final race with Red Bull as this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix marks his 100th and last grand prix for the team before switching to Renault for 2019. The Australian has marked the moment by reflecting on his most significant moments in his long-time backer's senior team, including elaborating on a breakout 2014 campaign in which he partnered four-time world ...

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The Red Bull driver has endured a problematic end to his final campaign with the team before he switches to Renault in 2019, suffering several mechanical failures that have cost him strong results and led to grid penalties at subsequent races for engine component changes. Ricciardo had to serve a penalty in Brazil last weekend, after his turbocharger was damaged by a marshal's fire extinguisher ...

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Vettel was stopped by the FIA for a weight check early in Q2 after competing only an out-lap after Ferrari decided to switch from supersoft to soft tyres. With rain threatening, Vettel showed his obvious frustration by knocking over a marker come, initially not switching off his engine, and driving off the scales under his own power, which broke them. After a hearing, he was given a ...

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The unlucky Australian has been hit with a five-place grid penalty at Interlagos this weekend for taking the new power unit element, as a legacy of what happened in the moments after his retirement at the recent Mexico race. Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has revealed that, as marshals moved to put out a small fire on Ricciardo’s car, extinguisher chemicals got sprayed into the turbo and ...

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The Australian, who retired for the eighth time this season in the previous race in Mexico, will take his sixth turbo of the year and will therefore incur a penalty. The component change means the Red Bull driver will drop five places on the grid for the penultimate round of the championship. Red Bull said the engine sustained damage to its turbocharger while being recovered in ...

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In the immediate aftermath of the Mexican Grand Prix, Ricciardo told TV crews that his car was "cursed" and suggested that future Red Bull recruit Pierre Gasly could drive it in Brazil and Abu Dhabi. The Australian retired from the Mexican event with a clutch problem for his eighth DNF of the season. After taking some time out, Ricciardo posted a short Instagram video on Friday evening to ...

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The Australian was running second ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in last weekend's Mexican Grand Prix when a clutch failure with 10 laps remaining led to his sixth mechanical retirement of his season, and eighth in total. Ricciardo suggested after the race that his car was "cursed" and that he would be happy to hand it over to 2019 Red Bull signing Pierre Gasly for the final two races of ...

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Max Verstappen had swept practice at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez and led the way after the opening runs in the pole shoot-out. But Daniel Ricciardo improved at the death to deny Verstappen by 0.026s, preventing the Dutchman from becoming F1's youngest-ever pole-sitter. Verstappen, who described his qualifying as “crap” and blamed losing pole on a brake-locking issue, went on to win ...

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