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personalia

Australian
1 July 1989 (32)
Ernie de Vos (1 July 1941)
Kazuyoshi Hoshino (1 July 1947)

statistics

7 (3.5%)
31 (15.7%)
3 (1.5%)
0 (0%)
1st
11
198
197
1209 (6.1 points per race avg)
11641
292 (2.5%)
15 (7.6%)
33 (16.7%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2021 British 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, 2020, 2021,

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
2020 Esteban Ocon
Renault compare 2020
2021 Lando Norris
McLaren compare 2021

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The Australian has struggled to match teammate Lando Norris all season and has been trying to adjust his driving style to the requirements of the MCL35M.<br>There have been consistent signs of progress, and at Silverstone he finished fifth, a place behind Norris.<br>"It's still definitely at times frustrating," he said. "But I'm probably past the point of being frustrated, I think now it's kind of ...

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However, Ricciardo doesn't blame the world champion for the incident, citing the aerodynamic impact when two cars are battling for position.<br>Verstappen crashed heavily after Hamilton clipped his rear wheel at Copse as they battled for the lead.<br>"I mean it's certainly a nasty outcome, it's obviously at high speed, and it doesn't take much to have a big one like that," he said. "When you're in ...

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After three races where the McLaren driver had failed to make it through to Q3, the Australian grabbed seventh on the grid for F1’s sprint race at Silverstone on the back of a much stronger show of pace.<br>But despite having banished some of his recent qualifying struggles, the Australian said the fact that the gap to the cars ahead of him was so small actually left him wanting ...

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During the official countdown to F1’s launch of its 2022 car concept ahead of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone, Ricciardo was captured on an open microphone being quite outspoken.<br>In remarks that were then circulated around social media, he was heard saying: “Yeah, no it’s terrible. It’s shit, it’s worse.”<br>With no images to reference what Ricciardo was looking at, the ...

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With one absolutely at the top of his game and overachieving every weekend, the other has been left perplexed by his struggles to adapt to the car.<br>It also means that on days Ricciardo feels he has done well, like his charge to seventh in the Austrian Grand Prix, it is all overshadowed by what his teammate has done.<br>As a team player, Ricciardo is obviously pleased to see Norris make progress ...

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The spotlight on qualifying etiquette, where drivers are supposed to stay in track order in the final corners before flying laps, was thrust back into the spotlight in Austria last weekend after a messy Q2 session.<br>A number of drivers backed off to try to create a gap ahead of them, but other drivers were not so patient and jumped the queue – causing further hold ups.<br>It was such ...

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While teammate Lando Norris secured a career-best front row start at the Red Bull Ring, Ricciardo endured a more difficult time as he failed to make it out of Q2 and ended up 13th on the grid.<br>Although baffled about the lap time deficit to Norris, Ricciardo reckons that his performance is not a real indicator of the progress he is making with the MCL35M<br>“I wouldn't say it's like a ...

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Ricciardo has struggled for form through the early part of the 2021 season following his winter move to join McLaren, scoring less than half as many points as team-mate Lando Norris.<br>Ricciardo dropped out in Q2 last weekend at the Red Bull Ring before a power unit glitch in the race caused him to fall to 13th, marking a disappointing weekend.<br>Hopes of turning fortunes around for the second ...

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The Australian finished a lowly 13th after a good start that propelled him to ninth was negated by a glitch that forced him to let other drivers past. His teammate Lando Norris earned fifth place.<br>Ricciardo had already been left frustrated by an unexplained loss of performance in qualifying that left him only 13th on the grid.<br>He made amends a strong first lap in the race, jumping up to ...

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The Australian was 0.5s shy of Norris in the Q2 session, and when told by his engineer after his final lap that he hadn't made the cut he said he had no answers.<br>Ricciardo had been an encouraging second fastest in FP2 on Friday, which made his loss of performance all the more frustrating.<br><br><br><br>"I don't know," he said when asked what has happened. "Today is what happened, a bit of a ...

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After setting the pace in FP1 at the Red Bull Ring earlier in the day, Verstappen emerged as an early leader in second practice, trading fastest laps on the hard compound tyre with Hamilton in the Mercedes.<br>Drivers spent the early part of the session with one eye on the weather due to an 80% chance of rain, but managed to complete all of their running on dry tyres with only a few raindrops ...

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The Australian conceded that the lack of margin for error at the last two street events in Monaco and Baku gave him less opportunity to explore the limits of the car.<br>However, he feels that the run of three races in France and Austria – including two on consecutive weekends at the latter venue – will give him more leeway.<br>Ricciardo has struggled all season to adapt his driving style to ...

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The sight of Daniel Ricciardo without anything but a grin on his face is rare in Formula 1.<br>Even when thrust into the media pen after some of his toughest races with Renault last year, Ricciardo would always find some kind of silver lining, or at least poke fun at his own bad luck.<br>But some of the most iconic images of Ricciardo's F1 career came from a moment where he was seething with ...

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Ricciardo has had a difficult start to his McLaren career, as he has found himself struggling to match the pace of teammate Lando Norris.<br>He has lacked confidence in the car, especially under braking, and has had trouble extracting maximum performance in qualifying.<br>Last weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix was especially difficult as he was knocked out in Q2, and then found himself lapped by ...

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Ricciardo has had a rough transition from Renault to McLaren thus far but made what he called a "mini breakthrough" in the Spanish Grand Prix, finishing sixth after qualifying seventh on the grid.<br>Two weeks later, the Australian appeared to have made a step backwards with his adjustment to the McLaren MCL35M in Monaco, failing to progress to Q3 on Saturday and starting down in 12th at a race he ...

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Ricciardo finished the session in 12th place, while Norris progressed through in sixth, and then moved up to fifth on the final grid.<br>Norris's time in Q3 was almost a second faster than Ricciardo had managed in Q2, although the Englishman was helped by track evolution.<br>Nevertheless, Ricciardo noted that the difference in pace has been there all weekend, and he's at a loss to explain ...

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F1 is returning to Monte Carlo this weekend for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic begun, with the event having been cancelled in 2020.<br>Monaco will allow a limited number of spectators to watch the event from grandstands, but the principality is expected to be much quieter than normal.<br>With F1’s blue riband race being as much about the glamour off the track as the action on ...

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Hamilton is locked in a thrilling duel with Max Verstappen for this year’s F1 title, and has won three of the first four races so far this season.<br>But the tight fight with his Red Bull rival has forced Hamilton to push to the max, and that has cast a fresh light on the contribution he makes to Mercedes’ success.<br>And, after years where critics have suggested that Hamilton only ...

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Ricciardo had a slow start to his McLaren stint after moving over from Renault, being outraced by teammate Lando Norris while he tried to get comfortable in the 2021-spec MCL35M.<br>But at last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix Ricciardo claimed he had made a "mini breakthrough" with the car, which he translated into a seventh place in qualifying and a sixth place at the finish, two spots in front of ...

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Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel, Carlos Sainz, Sergio Perez and Daniel Ricciardo have all been working their way through the process of adapting, and all have had hurdles to overcome.<br>In the case of Ricciardo, getting on top of corner entry and braking has been one of the main issues he's faced as he's tried to match the superb form of teammate Lando Norris.<br>Braking has traditionally been ...

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Ricciardo qualified seventh in Saturday's session at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, outpacing teammate Lando Norris - who had a disrupted Q3 session - by four tenths.<br>While Ricciardo managed to start in front of Norris for two of 2021's first three grands prix, he struggled to adapt to his new car so far, which especially shone through on Sundays. Coming a week after a slightly ...

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Seven-time grand prix winner Ricciardo joined McLaren on a three-year deal for 2021, but has struggled to match teammate Lando Norris’s form through the early part of the season.<br>Ricciardo was left downbeat after being eliminated in Q1 last weekend in Portugal, but recovered to finish the race in ninth place.<br>The Australian is yet to beat Norris in a race, and has scored less than half as ...

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The Australian has had difficult weekends at Imola and Portimao, being unable to match teammate Lando Norris.<br>But the contrast was huge during qualifying at the Portuguese Grand Prix when Ricciardo was dumped out of Q1 as he lacked confidence to push his McLaren as he would like. He will start from 16th on the grid.<br>McLaren is clear that Ricciardo is simply lacking mileage in ...

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The Australian had had an encouraging first day of practice in Portugal, but could not pull a lap together in Q1 on Saturday to get himself through to the second part of qualifying. It means he will line up 16th on the grid, which is his worst start since the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix.<br>Reflecting on what went wrong, Ricciardo said there was no obvious answer as to why he was lacking pace ...

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The Australian had a tough time at Imola a fortnight ago, as he did not have the pace to match teammate Lando Norris, who went on to finish on the podium.<br>But having analysed in detail where he was lacking, Ricciardo has since spent some time in the McLaren simulator honing the way he drives in a bid to better suit the demands of his MCL35M.<br>"The car has a tendency to reward a bit of a ...

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