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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 (19.5%)
3 (2%)
0 (0%)
1st
8
149
148
974 (6.5 points per race avg)
8102
275 (3.4%)
13 (8.7%)
26 (17.4%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2018 Brazilian 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,

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

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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VERSTAPPEN’S SLEEPLESS TRIUMPH Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing, 1st position, celebrates on the podium Photo by: Glenn Dunbar / LAT Images Max Verstappen admitted after missing out on pole position to Red Bull teammate Daniel Ricciardo that he had been disappointed – and he confessed to a sleepless Saturday night as he gathered his thoughts for the challenge ahead. But ...

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Ricciardo, who will be leaving Red Bull at the end of the year to join Renault and will be replaced by Toro Rosso driver Gasly, retired from the Mexican Grand Prix while fighting off Sebastian Vettel for second place late on. His exit from the race marked the Aussie's sixth retirement in the past 11 grands prix. “I don't think 'frustration' is the word anymore,” Ricciardo told TV crews ...

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Max Verstappen had set the pace for most of the weekend, but lost out to his teammate in Q3 as Red Bull claimed its first qualifying 1-2 of the hybrid era that started in 2014. “It was mighty, it’s our first front row lockout since Austin 2013,” Horner told Motorsport.com. “A great performance by both drivers, but wow, what a lap by Daniel to come from nowhere, really. "To unleash ...

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Ricciardo overhauled teammate Max Verstappen on the final runs in qualifying to take his second pole of the season. Hamilton was quickest on hypersofts in the opening phase of qualifying but Verstappen had the edge on ultrasofts in Q2 and took that momentum into Q3 to hold provisional pole after the first runs. His 1m14.785s was almost two tenths clear of Vettel, while Hamilton lost time in ...

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Ricciardo’s retirement from the United States Grand Prix last weekend was his fifth of the season for mechanical reasons, and extended his podium-free run to 12 races. He has also suffered reliability problems at other points of grand prix weekends this year. Ricciardo says he does not believe anybody in his team is making mistakes or not “doing something up correctly” and puts it down ...

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Vettel has spun after clashing with Red Bulls at the start of the last two races, first with Max Verstappen early in the Japanese GP and then with Ricciardo last weekend. It continues a mistake-ridden title challenge for the four-time world champion, whose errors led F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn to declare he is "a bit out of sorts" and that the incidents are not a coincidence. Asked by ...

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Vettel was dropped three places on the grid at Austin for having not slowed enough when a red flag was called out in the first free practice session to allow gravel to be cleared from the track. The Ferrari driver was angry about the decision because, although he had slowed, he had failed to keep below a maximum speed target that the FIA had laid down. Ricciardo himself fell foul of a ...

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Ricciardo retired while running fourth in the race when his car shut down at the Turn 11 hairpin just eight laps into the race, while his teammate Max Verstappen finished second from 18th on the grid. Speaking to Sky Sports after the race, Horner said Ricciardo took out his frustration in the paddock. “It’s a crying shame for Daniel, I feel so sorry for him,” said Horner. “It ...

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Verstappen’s hopes of a good grid slot for the Formula 1 Austin race were wrecked in Q1 after his right rear suspension was broken when he ran over the kerbs at the exit of Turn 15. The damage to the suspension and driveshaft could not be fixed before Q2 finished, and it left the Dutchman down in 15th. Although some drivers were told after Verstappen’s incident to avoid hitting the ...

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The test is the only opportunity for drivers who are changing camps to gain on-track experience with their new teams before proper 2019 testing kicks off in February. For those drivers making 'friendly' moves, such as Charles Leclerc to Ferrari, Pierre Gasly to Red Bull and George Russell to Williams, testing for their new teams is a no-brainer. However, Red Bull has turned down Renault's ...

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Ricciardo won two of the first six races in 2018 but has not stood on the podium since winning the Monaco Grand Prix from pole position. He has outpaced teammate Max Verstappen in only four qualifying sessions across the 17 events so far, including Verstappen's no-show in Monaco qualifying and crash in Bahrain. Ricciardo trails Verstappen by 0.22s on average across the qualifying sessions ...

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Having got through Q1 in eighth place, Ricciardo suffered a throttle actuator failure early in Q2 without setting a laptime, and he will thus start 15th. The team is allowed by the FIA to change the part under parc ferme conditions without a further penalty. The frustration for both the Australian and his team is that he took power unit grid penalties and started from the back in both Monza ... ...

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Renault's shock signing of Ricciardo means Sainz's short spell with the team will end after this season, having initially joined on loan from Red Bull with the intention of making it a longer-term deal. Team boss Abiteboul has now revealed that Renault "pushed massively" to sign Sainz but was blocked by Red Bull, which ultimately allowed Renault to pursue and swoop for Ricciardo. "It is a ... ...

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Inaugurated in 1998, ‘The Don’ Award is Australia’s leading contemporary sport award, named in honor of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame’s first inductee, cricketing icon Sir Donald Bradman AC. It is awarded annually “to the athlete or team who, through their performance and example,” has most inspired the nation. Power and Ricciardo are vying to become the first motorsport figures ... ...

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The Toro Rosso driver said debris from Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull was flicked up in front of him at the start, hitting his helmet and landing in the cockpit of his car. “I think Daniel lost a piece of carbon, which went straight into my visor, so this was really really scary,” Gasly told reporters after the race. “I thought it was going through and straight into my eye, and finally ... ...

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Ricciardo’s move to Renault opened up a seat at the main Red Bull team, which was subsequently handed to Pierre Gasly, in turn freeing up a slot at STR that has now been confirmed as Kvyat’s. Marko says that he had stayed in touch with Kvyat after the Russian was dropped by Red Bull and took up a new role as a Ferrari test and simulator driver. “We have been in contact,” Marko told ... ...

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Ricciardo’s move to Renault opened up a seat at the main Red Bull team, which was subsequently handed to Pierre Gasly, in turn freeing up a slot at STR that has now been confirmed as Kvyat’s. Marko says that he had stayed in touch with Kvyat after the Russian was dropped by Red Bull and took up a new role as a Ferrari test and simulator driver. “We have been in contact,” Marko told ... ...

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The Australian's triumphs in China and Monaco earlier this year made him an outside contender for the Formula 1 title at the time, but since then Red Bull was unable to keep up with the pace of Mercedes and Ferrari. Having elected to switch to Renault for 2019 over the summer, Ricciardo has admitted that he has never experienced such a season since he began competing. "It's been the weirdest ... ...

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