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personalia

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

statistics

7 (4.9%)
29 (20.1%)
2 (1.4%)
0 (0%)
1st
8
144
143
942 (6.5 points per race avg)
7856
271 (3.4%)
13 (9%)
24 (16.7%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2018 Singapore 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

Ferrari tried to get through the second qualifying segment on ultrasofts to lock them in for the start of the race, but abandoned the plan after the opening runs and switched to hypersofts as both its drivers were facing elimination. Kimi Raikkonen had told the team that running the harder compound was “pointless”, but Sebastian Vettel believed he could make it through to Q3 with another ... ...

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During a qualifying simulation run on hypersoft tyres in the final half hour, Ricciardo lapped in 1m39.711s, not only deposing Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel from the top spot but also obliterating his own fastest time from the equivalent session last year, a 1m42.489s. Max Verstappen made it a Red Bull 1-2, and Vettel's teammate Kimi Raikkonen ended the session seven tenths off the pace in fourth ... ...

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Mercedes protege Ocon was poised to switch to Renault before Ricciardo decided to quit Red Bull to join the manufacturer. Ocon is likely to be ousted from his current team Racing Point Force India because Sergio Perez has a deal for next season and Lance Stroll is poised to join from Williams because his father Lawrence is now an investor in the team. Ricciardo acknowledged that his Renault ... ...

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Outgoing Red Bull driver Ricciardo had eyed a move to Ferrari earlier this year but eventually decided to sign for Renault. Raikkonen will be replaced by Charles Leclerc and take the youngster’s seat at Sauber, having confirmed a two-year deal with the team that gave him his grand prix debut in 2001. Asked if he was surprised by Raikkonen’s move, Ricciardo said: “A little bit. “I ... ...

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Ricciardo had just passed Sergey Sirotkin's Williams for 11th place, having worked his way up from a back-row start at Monza, when he was forced to pull off the circuit with smoke pouring out of his Red Bull. The Australian driver had Renault's new Spec C engine fitted ahead of the weekend, which the French manufacturer said would be worth three tenths of a second in laptime but carried a ... ...

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Ricciardo took a complete set of new power unit elements on Friday, earning himself a spot on the back row. After a promising initial outing, the team has now followed up on its plan to give Max Verstappen a new V6 on Saturday. It’s only the third of the year for the Dutchman, so he doesn’t face a penalty. It’s understood that on the Renault dyno the Spec C performed better with ... ...

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Ricciardo is expected to start the Italian Grand Prix in 19th, with Hulkenberg behind him on 20th. This was decided in FP1 because the Australian was the first driver out on track and thus the first to use the replacement elements, having just beaten his 2019 Renault teammate to the end of the pitlane. Hulkenberg already took a new power unit in Belgium, and was thus one of four drivers ... ...

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Red Bull had expected Ricciardo to sign a new one-year contract in the days after the Hungarian GP, but instead he called team boss Christian Horner to inform him that he was going to Renault in 2019. Belgium was the first time he had seen most of the race team since then. "I'm honestly happy to say it was really minimal, minimal awkwardness," Ricciardo said at Monza. "On Thursday for sure I ... ...

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Ricciardo will leave Red Bull for Renault next season, which means moving from a race-winning team to one yet to score a podium since rejoining the grid in 2016. Red Bull has supported Ricciardo for 10 years, which has led to comparisons between the Australian's departure and Hamilton's decision to leave his long-term backer McLaren for Mercedes in 2013. Hamilton said he suspects "there are ... ...

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The Australian has known for some weeks that penalties were inevitable, and Red Bull has chosen to take the hit at Monza to coincide with the availability of the upgrade. If the Spec C works well in Ricciardo’s car, Max Verstappen may also be given new power unit elements later in the weekend. It’s not yet clear which elements the Dutchman would take, but he can use a V6 and MGU-H ... ...

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A timing gamble during a damp-but-drying final part of qualifying did not pay off for Red Bull, which will occupy the fourth row of the grid. Red Bull's usual struggles at the power-sensitive Spa circuit mean it has been off the pace of Mercedes and Ferrari in the dry, with Ricciardo struggling more than teammate Max Verstappen and even needing to run again Q1 after a mediocre first ... ...

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Red Bull will part ways with both Ricciardo and engine partner Renault at the end of this season, the Australian moving to the works Renault team as Red Bull switches to Honda power units. Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko said recently that "nobody can keep up" with Honda's resources, despite the Japanese manufacturer having not finished higher than fourth since its return to F1 in ... ...

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Two-time world champion Alonso will stop racing in F1 at the end of the season, accusing the sport of being too predictable and dominated by the same teams. In the build-up to this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, Alonso was asked by Sky Sports F1 if he thought the likes of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull were put off giving him a seat because hiring another top driver would cause them ... ...

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Ricciardo was widely expected to remain at Red Bull alongside the Dutchman, but shocked F1 by putting pen to paper on a two-year deal with the French manufacturer's works outfit instead. While Red Bull is a regular contender for grand prix wins and podiums, Renault has not troubled the top three since re-establishing a factory F1 team, although it has made steady progress. Red Bull ... ...

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Ricciardo shocked Red Bull at the start of F1's summer break by agreeing to join Renault next season instead of signing a new deal as his current employer had expected. Red Bull motorsport advisor Marko said he did not understand the decision and thought Ricciardo would sign a new contract during the post-Hungarian Grand Prix test on the Tuesday in Budapest. Ricciardo has now explained how ... ...

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Ricciardo had been expected to sign a new Red Bull deal prior to F1's summer break but shocked his current team by agreeing to drive for Renault instead. Red Bull claimed to have met all Ricciardo's contract demands, which led team boss Christian Horner to suggest Ricciardo feared being a number two to Max Verstappen. Marko told Austrian broadcaster Servus TV: "I don't understand it. It was ... ...

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Ricciardo had suggested during the post-Hungarian Grand Prix test that a fresh Red Bull contract would be sorted after his summer holiday in the United States.  He then informed the team two days later than he had signed a deal with Renault.  “Daniel said he decided after a long flight to America that he wanted a change,” said Horner on F1’s official podcast. “If you look at the ... ...

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Last week's news that Daniel Ricciardo will move to Renault came as a surprise to the Formula 1 world - and not least to Red Bull, given that the team was expecting the Australian to put pen to paper and finally commit to staying for 2019. Instead he's decided to jump ship after a decade in the Red Bull camp and take on a new challenge as Nico Hulkenberg's teammate. "By far the toughest ... ...

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Ricciardo has been on Red Bull's books since 2008, winning titles in Formula Renault 2.0 and British F3 before the energy drinks giant brought him into grand prix racing in 2011. A part-season with HRT paved way for a full-time F1 graduation with Toro Rosso, and he was then brought in to Red Bull's main team to replace Mark Webber, winning seven races for the squad since. But while he was ... ...

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Ricciardo rocked everybody from the upper echelons of Red Bull to the journalists writing that his new contract with the team was a formality with his decision to leave the team for Renault at the end of the year. The long-term impact of the bombshell will be a fascinating sub-plot to the next two Formula 1 seasons, but it creates huge ripples in the short-term as well. F1's driver market silly ... ...

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Daniel Ricciardo dropped a bombshell when he informed Red Bull he would be leaving the team at the end of the 2018 Formula 1 season to join Renault. The ramifications that this development will have on the driver market are wide-ranging, and obviously start at the team he leaves behind. Pierre Gasly appears to be the favourite to land promotion from Toro Rosso, but Carlos Sainz is in the frame ... ...

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Daniel Ricciardo dropped a bombshell when he informed Red Bull he would be leaving the team at the end of the 2018 Formula 1 season to join Renault. The ramifications that this development will have on the driver market are wide-ranging, and obviously start at the team he leaves behind. Pierre Gasly appears to be the favourite to land promotion from Toro Rosso, but Carlos Sainz is in the frame ... ...

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The Australian's departure from Red Bull was announced by his current employer on Friday afternoon, as it emerged that Ricciardo had signed terms with Renault. Red Bull's announcement has now been followed by Renault welcoming the seven-time grand prix winner to the team with a two-year deal. Ricciardo will partner Nico Hulkenberg at the team, meaning Carlos Sainz will leave the French ... ...

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The Australian's departure from Red Bull was announced by his current employer on Friday afternoon, as it emerged that Ricciardo had signed terms with Renault. Red Bull's announcement has now been followed by Renault welcoming the seven-time grand prix winner to the team with a two-year deal. Ricciardo will partner Nico Hulkenberg at the team, meaning Carlos Sainz will leave the French ... ...

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Ricciardo had been expected to sign a fresh deal with Red Bull, which has backed him since 2008. When asked by Motorsport.com this week why his future had not been confirmed by the summer break as planned, Ricciardo brushed it off as just "fine-tuning" details. Red Bull has now revealed that Ricciardo will leave the team, with confirmation of his move to Renault expected to follow ... ...

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