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personalia

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

statistics

7 (4.5%)
29 (18.7%)
3 (1.9%)
0 (0%)
1st
9
155
154
992 (6.4 points per race avg)
8390
292 ) (3.5%)
13 (8.4%)
29 (18.7%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2019 Spanish 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.


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seasons

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019,

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
2019 Nico Hülkenberg
Renault compare 2019

news

The Australian was a regular frontrunner in Monaco in his Red Bull Racing years.<br>He started from pole in 2016, only to finish second after a disastrous pitstop cost him the lead. He made amends by winning from pole last season, and also finished third in both 2014 and 2017.<br>Ricciardo acknowledges that he will have a more difficult time with Renault, but he believes that it's a venue where ...

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The Australian started 13th courtesy of a three-place grid penalty for reversing into Daniil Kvyat in the Azerbaijan GP, and spent the opening part of the Barcelona race in 12th, bottled up behind the McLaren of Carlos Sainz.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Renault in performance "stalemate" on Friday - Ricciardo<br><br><br>Ricciardo did overtake Sainz for position before the pair pitted at the end of ...

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Ricciardo ended Friday at Barcelona 15th-fastest, one place behind teammate Nico Hulkenberg, after being 11th in the opening session. <br>Renault’s upgrades include a new ‘coathanger’-style T-wing and a small monkey-seat device attached to the rear wing, which Ricciardo said improved the car in FP1 before the team reached a “stalemate” in second practice.<br>“The one-lap performance ...

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Both drivers were forced to retire from the Baku race after the Renault driver went up an escape road while battling with Kvyat, forcing the Russian to stop. Ricciardo then hit the Toro Rosso man when he selected reverse.<br>After the race, Ricciardo told media he had reversed without checking behind. But after reviewing the replay, he noticed that he had in fact looked in his mirror, but on the ...

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Ricciardo locked up trying to pass Kvyat for 10th into Turn 3 and then reversed into the Toro Rosso when trying to get out of the escape road, having failed to notice Kvyat was still behind him in a “panic”. <br>Though he had “fun” in the midfield before the error, Ricciardo was preoccupied after the race with costing his team a likely points finish and said Renault “deserved ...

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Late in the race Ricciardo had attempted to pass Kvyat for 10th place under braking for Turn 3, but misjudged the move and slid down the escape road.<br>In doing so, that forced Kvyat wide and the Toro Rosso driver also ended up in the run-off area, sitting right behind the Renault.<br>In Ricciardo's haste to get going, and unaware his rival was behind him, he instantly reversed and then hit ...

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Ricciardo attempted to pass Kvyat for 10th place under braking for the Turn 3 left-hander, but misjudged it and ran deep into the corner.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Azerbaijan GP: Bottas leads fourth consecutive Mercedes 1-2<br><br><br>By heading down the escape road, the Renault inadvertently blocked Kvyat, who was trying to make the corner from the outside.<br>Kvyat had to wait until the Renault ...

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The Renault driver ended FP2 with more than half an hour to go because he had flat-spotted two sets of tyres in the first hour.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Azerbaijan GP: Leclerc tops incident-filled FP2<br>First Baku practice abandoned after drain cover drama<br><br><br>FP1 was red-flagged after just over 10 minutes because Williams driver George Russell struck a loose drain cover, and the session ...

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Renault led the chase of the established top three squads in both Bahrain and China, and on form the Enstone outfit potentially has the best chance of grabbing a podium in Baku on Sunday should there be some trouble for the quicker cars.<br>Ricciardo, who won the race for Red Bull in 2017 and crashed out while battling with teammate Max Verstappen last year, says that Perez’s third places with ...

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The bet was made during last year's silly season, when then Red Bull driver Ricciardo was considering his future options.<br>He believed that Valtteri Bottas would leave Mercedes, and Marko bet him that the Finn would stay with the Brackley team, which proved to be correct.<br>"He did win €1000," said Ricciardo when asked by Motorsport.com about the bet. "He always wants to bet more – but when ...

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A combination of terrible luck during his final season with Red Bull and his new Renault team's lack of competitiveness means it is almost one year since Ricciardo scored a podium in F1.<br>The seven-time grand prix winner has also struggled with the transition to Renault and trailed teammate Nico Hulkenberg for pace at the start of the year, but hit back by outqualifying the German in China and ...

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The Australian's strength under braking at Red Bull helped him earn a reputation for brilliant passes, which included a sensational move past Valtteri Bottas to win last year's Chinese Grand Prix.<br>But his shining talent in this area has been tamed a little by a more difficult Renault car, and he has not yet found the high confidence levels he needs.<br>With work continuing in that area, though ...

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As part of a deep analysis done by the team after the Bahrain Grand Prix, Ricciardo says the outfit came to the conclusion that it has lost out by constantly seeking out improvements with its car rather than settling on a solid baseline.<br>"We got the chance to analyse on the Monday after the [Bahrain] race because we had that day off before the test and sat down with the engineers," explained ...

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Ricciardo is credited with giving the shoey celebration – which has its origins in Australian surfing culture – worldwide popularity, thanks to his antics on the F1 podium over the past few years.<br>Several other F1 drivers and even actors, including Sir Patrick Stewart, have performed a shoey on an F1 podium, while Jack Miller did likewise following his first MotoGP win at Assen in ...

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The Australian is taking part in Tuesday’s opening day of Formula 1 testing action at Sakhir, as Renault looks to move on from its double retirement in Sunday’s race.<br>While the team’s focus is on curing its reliability woes, Ricciardo wants to use his running to try to get himself more tuned in to Renault’s 2019 F1 challenger.<br>“The car has signs of pace but personally I’m still ...

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Ricciardo retired from the Bahrain Grand Prix with just a few laps remaining, reporting that his car had switched off completely as he approached the first corner.<br>He was summoned to the stewards after the race for not leaving his steering wheel in place.<br>However, no further action has been taken, because the stewards heard that Ricciardo did not replace his steering wheel for safety ...

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Ricciardo endured a nightmare home race in Australia after losing his front wing on the opening lap, having ventured onto the grass off the start line. He then retired after 28 laps as a precaution from 16th position.<br>Ensuring that no residual damage from the incident in Melbourne has been carried over, Ricciardo gets a completely new chassis, while his old one will be retained as a ...

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Ricciardo accepted he hadn't gotten the most out of the car in qualifying, having been beaten by Nico Hulkenberg despite the latter being hampered by an electrical issue.<br>The Aussie then had to pit on the first lap of the race after losing his front wing, and ultimately retired as a result of overheating issues triggered by damage.<br>Abiteboul said he couldn’t yet say whether Ricciardo had ...

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The Renault driver sampled Rick Kelly's Nissan Altima Supercar during his exhausting promotional schedule ahead of the Australian Grand Prix, cutting a handful of laps at Calder on the outskirts of Melbourne.<br>While it was his first drive of a proper race-ready Supercar, the Aussie F1 ace equipped himself well in the 600-horsepower touring car, despite admitting he went into the experience a ...

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As usual, Ricciardo was a wanted man in the lead-up to the Melbourne race, with a packed media and promotional schedule.<br>His week included local press and Renault filming commitments on Tuesday, driving Rick Kelly's Supercar for a Castrol promo on Wednesday, the F1 Live event on Wednesday evening, and countless appearances for sponsors and through his tie-up with the Confederation of Australian ...

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Ricciardo's Renault bounced awkwardly over a gutter on the run to Turn 1 after he dropped his right-hand wheels onto the grass in reaction to a slow-starting Sergio Perez.<br>The impact tore the front wing off his car, immediately dashing any hopes of a decent result on home soil for the Aussie.<br>Having not expected to come across a gutter capable of causing significant damage, Ricciardo chalked ...

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Ricciardo will start his home race, the Australian Grand Prix, in 12th, after missing out on advancing to the final qualifying segment.<br>The Aussie, who narrowly lost out to teammate Nico Hulkenberg and will share the sixth row of the grid with the German, said the result was frustrating but “not that painful”.<br>“Half a tenth would've made it much more pleasurable, being into Q3, that ...

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The Australian lost time in the afternoon session when Renault struggled to get him comfortable with his belts.<br>"We were a bit delayed getting out for both runs – just a few little things with the belts," said the Australian, who ended up eighth overall in second free practice.<br>"It was actually strange, because they were really loose. Then they made a small adjustment and they couldn't ...

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With the Australian free of previous constraints that he had from being a Red Bull driver now that he is at Renault, he has elected to do something totally different for 2019.<br>The design features a unique pink, green, blue and black pattern – and features the phrase ‘Stop Being Them’ on the side of the helmet.<br>This phrase is said to represent the meaning behind the helmet of taking a ...

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The F1 star drove Rick Kelly's Nissan Altima at the Calder circuit yesterday, marking his first proper outing in a Supercar. <br>While only a promotional event, Ricciardo says he was feeling a bit of pressure as he first climbed aboard the car.<br>Having watched the Aussie series since he was a kid, he reckons he was concerned that he'd be spooked by the 600-horsepower tin-top.<br>"Honestly, I was ...

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