compare


Multiple possible
to


Daniel Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo, F1 driver

personalia

Australian
1 July 1989 (33)
Ernie de Vos (1 July 1941)
Kazuyoshi Hoshino (1 July 1947)

Buy Daniel Ricciardo merchandise Buy Daniel Ricciardo merchandise

statistics

8 (3.4%)
33 (13.9%)
3 (1.3%)
0 (0%)
1st
12
238
231
1311 (5.5 points per race avg)
13527
340 (2.5%)
16 (6.7%)
37 (15.5%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
2014 Canadian Grand Prix
2021 Italian 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, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins Daniel Ricciardo

# event constructor
1 2014 Canadian Grand Prix round 7 Red Bull
2 2014 Hungarian Grand Prix round 11 Red Bull
3 2014 Belgian Grand Prix round 12 Red Bull
4 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix round 16 Red Bull
5 2017 Azerbaijan Grand Prix round 8 Red Bull
6 2018 Chinese Grand Prix round 3 Red Bull
7 2018 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Red Bull
8 2021 Italian Grand Prix round 14 McLaren

pole positions Daniel Ricciardo

# event constructor
1 2016 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Red Bull
2 2018 Monaco Grand Prix round 6 Red Bull
3 2018 Mexican Grand Prix round 19 Red Bull

teams & teammates Daniel Ricciardo

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
2022 Lando Norris
McLaren compare 2022

news

After being dropped by McLaren for 2023, Ricciardo made it clear that he did not have a serious interest in potential opportunities with teams like Haas and Williams.
He preferred instead to take a year out in a third driver role with Red Bull, allowing him to take a step back and find new motivation ahead of a hoped-for return to a race seat in 2024.
Having spent a year on the sidelines in ...

read on

Ricciardo left the team at the end of this season after two difficult years that saw the high of victory in the 2021 Italian GP, but which generally left both parties frustrated as he tried to come to terms with the car.
Stella insists that Ricciardo, who is returning to Red Bull Racing as reserve driver, had a positive impact on McLaren.
"One point I would highlight from a race team point ...

read on

Having taken a grid penalty for his incident with Kevin Magnussen in Brazil, the Australian moved up from 13th on the grid to ninth at the flag, successfully holding off Sebastian Vettel.
Ricciardo, who has long intended to sit out 2023 and look for a race seat for the following year, was announced on Wednesday as third driver for Red Bull Racing.
The Australian said he tried to stay focused ...

read on

Eight-time grand prix winner Ricciardo raced for the team between 2014 and 2018, scoring seven of his eight wins for the team and twice finishing third in the world championship. 
After his exit from McLaren was confirmed back in August, he was left without a full-time seat on the grid for next season. 
He will assist Red Bull with testing and simulator work, as well as commercial ...

read on

Ricciardo leaves the team after two disappointing seasons at McLaren, with the team deciding in the summer to end his contract one year early and move for rookie Oscar Piastri, who got his first run with the team in Tuesday's post-season test at Yas Marina.
The Australian's struggles proved particularly costly in the constructors' championship, as McLaren fell from fourth to ...

read on

Ricciardo is facing a stint on the Formula 1 sidelines as he waits to see if a race seat opens up for 2024 and is widely tipped to return to Red Bull Racing next year in a role that could include reserve and test duties and promotional runs.
Over the Abu Dhabi weekend he explained why he had pursued a non-racing role over a race seat, admitting that he wanted a break from competition.
He has ...

read on

The Australian is in advanced talks with Red Bull about taking on a non-racing role that could include reserve, test, promotional and simulator duties, having lost his seat with McLaren for 2023.
While the deal is not signed yet, getting the contract sorted is understood to be a formality and could be announced imminently.
Ricciardo's choice of going down that route comes despite ...

read on

Ricciardo is set to make a return to Red Bull in 2023 in a third driver role after losing his seat with McLaren for next year at the end of August.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko revealed on Sky Germany yesterday that Ricciardo would be joining as a third driver, but it emerged the Australian is still yet to sign an agreement. 
Red Bull F1 chief Horner confirmed on Saturday that no deal ...

read on

Ricciardo has insisted that he wants to focus on a return to a top F1 seat in 2024, and has not given any serious thought to trying another category.
However, he has indicated that he is not keen to try ovals should IndyCar racing ever become an option for him.
O?Ward, who has spent time with Ricciardo while embedded in the McLaren F1 camp, stood in for Lando Norris at McLaren in FP1 in ...

read on

Eight-time grand prix winner Ricciardo will not be racing in F1 next year after his exit from McLaren was confirmed back in August.
The Australian explored some options to remain on the F1 grid, but ultimately turned attention to securing a reserve role for next year with the goal of then returning to racing in 2024.
The potential of a return to Red Bull Racing in a reserve role had been ...

read on

On the first lap of Sao Paulo's Brazilian Grand Prix, Ricciardo appeared to make a late lunge on the Haas driver into the tight Turn 8 right-hander.
Ricciardo tried to back out of the move but misjudged the situation and couldn't avoid tagging Magnussen's right-rear, which sent the Dane into a spin.
Magnussen's car then rolled backwards into the path of Ricciardo, punting the Australian into ...

read on

Ricciardo struggled with form from the start of the season, and in August agreed a deal to end his McLaren contract a year early, making way for 2021 FIA Formula 2 champion Oscar Piastri to take his seat.
Ricciardo said that Vettel, who will retire from F1 at the end of 2022, gave him welcome moral support at a difficult time.
"He's picked up the phone multiple times this year, and just been ...

read on

The West Aussie is set to be absent from the F1 grid for the first time in over a decade next season with his spot at McLaren going to countryman Oscar Piastri.
He is likely to land a top reserve driver role for 2023, having already been linked to both Mercedes and Red Bull Racing, and remains hopeful of returning to a race seat in 2024.
While an F1 reserve driver role is Ricciardo's ...

read on

Ricciardo has confirmed he will not be racing in F1 next year after losing his McLaren seat, but the eight-time grand prix winner remains focused on staying in the paddock by taking up a reserve role.
Ricciardo has been linked with possible reserve roles at Red Bull and Mercedes since his exit from McLaren was confirmed, but he is yet to make any formal announcement about his 2023 ...

read on

The Australian put in his best performance of the year in Mexico City last weekend, using a successful medium/soft tyre strategy that gave him the pace with which to charge up to seventh place ? while negating a 10-second penalty for colliding with Yuki Tsunoda.
The race came just a week after one of Ricciardo's most disappointing outings of the season in Austin, where he finished a lowly ...

read on

Ricciardo went from medium to soft tyres and had sufficient pace to not only charge up to seventh place, but also negate a 10-second penalty for contact with Yuki Tsunoda.
In contrast Norris, who stopped earlier, joined several others in going from the medium to the hard, only to find it was lacking performance. He finished ninth, some 16.5 seconds behind Ricciardo on the road, having been ...

read on

Verstappen scored his 14th win of the season for Red Bull but was kept honest by Lewis Hamilton through the opening stint as Mercedes opted for a different starting tyre.
While Red Bull fitted softs to both Verstappen and Sergio Perez's cars from the start, Mercedes went for mediums with Hamilton and George Russell, favouring a one-stop strategy.
Hamilton kept within two seconds of ...

read on

The pair made contact when Ricciardo made a move on the inside of a tight right-hander as they battled for 11th position on the 51st lap.
Tsunoda driver made it back to the pits, but he was forced to retire due to damage incurred.
Ricciardo was soon handed a 10-second penalty by the FIA stewards. However, his recovery was helped by him being one of the few drivers to switch to soft tyres for ...

read on

Ricciardo has been considering his future options after confirming back in August that he would be leaving McLaren at the end of the season, one year before the end of his contract.
The eight-time grand prix winner has since accepted he won?t be racing in F1 next year but has been linked with a potential reserve role to support one of the existing teams.
During Sky Sports? coverage of ...

read on

Following a disappointing two seasons with McLaren, Ricciardo is leaving the Woking-based squad at the end of this year after both parties agreed a mutual parting of ways to end their contract early.
Ricciardo had originally hoped to be able to secure a race seat for 2023 but, with his options now dwindling ? as only Haas and Williams are left with vacancies ? admitted ...

read on

Despite growing rainfall in the lead-up to lights out at Suzuka, the race started as scheduled at 2pm local time, only for it to be red flagged after two laps due to the conditions.
A two-hour wait followed before the race resumed with 40 minutes left on the three-hour time limit, giving enough time for 28 laps of the 53-lap distance to be completed.
Full points were still awarded for the ...

read on

While Ricciardo had not been linked strongly with any of the open seats, Saturday's confirmation of Pierre Gasly at Alpine prompted Ricciardo to concede that he won't have a drive next season.
There are still two seats available, at Williams and Haas. Logan Sargeant is expected to fill the former, assuming that he secures a superlicence at the Abu Dhabi F2 finale, while Nico Hulkenberg and ...

read on

The new upgrade package includes a new floor and sidepods, with Norris getting priority on it for Singapore as Ricciardo will take delivery of it next weekend in Japan.
The Australian acknowledged that the Woking team couldn't ready enough parts to equip both cars this weekend, and that Norris was given first go because he is staying and thus has to learn as much as he can heading into ...

read on

McLaren's decision to swoop for Piastri earlier this summer helped trigger the exit of Ricciardo from the Woking-based squad, with his F1 future now uncertain.
That scenario could have led to a lot of awkwardness between the pair as their shared nationality added an extra edge to the driver market movements of the summer.
But in a bid to ensure that there was no chance of tensions emerging ...

read on

Ricciardo will leave McLaren at the end of the season after agreeing a mutual split with one year remaining on his contract following a difficult stint at Woking.
Ricciardo has been clear he is not looking to rush into any decision about his future, but remains keen to keep racing in F1 if the right opportunity comes up.
Speaking on the Fitzy and Wippa radio show in Australia on Friday ...

read on

Link to or share this page

share or save

Daniel Ricciardo, F1 driver

Social media


Copy link

just click on the link and then copy it so you can use it on another website.

Amazon Prime - Formula 1 merchandise