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personalia

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

statistics

8 (3.6%)
32 (14.3%)
3 (1.3%)
0 (0%)
1st
12
223
222
1293 (5.8 points per race avg)
13095
340 (2.6%)
16 (7.2%)
35 (15.7%)
2011 British Grand Prix
2022 Hungarian 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

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
2022 Lando Norris
McLaren compare 2022

news

While his sensational Monza victory, McLaren’s first for nearly nine years, was a reminder of his undeniable talent, it will stand as an outlier result from his time at Woking, bar any shock heroics in the second half of the season.
Few thought things would end like this. Ricciardo’s arrival for 2021 was seen as a coup for McLaren, snaring the Australian away from Enstone - an act it ...

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McLaren is believed to have signed Piastri initially on a reserve driver deal for 2023, one that it intends to upgrade to a race seat, assuming that a plan for Ricciardo’s early exit is eventually agreed.
Ricciardo has a firm McLaren contract for next season as part of the original three-year deal that he signed in early 2020, while still at Renault.
Ricciardo and the team will now have to ...

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The Australian has faced a difficult few months in the shadow of Lando Norris, and has scored only 19 points to the 76 of his McLaren teammate.
He now has the added complication of McLaren’s interest in Oscar Piastri having reached the public domain in the past few days, leaving his own long-term plans unclear.
Ricciardo hopes to use the time off to clear his head and return in strong ...

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Alpine still hopes the younger Australian will slot into the seat vacated by Fernando Alonso, and believes it has a valid contract to that effect.
The team announced on Tuesday afternoon that Piastri will drive in 2023, but shortly afterwards the Australian took to social media to deny that was the case.
Piastri is understood to have agreed a deal to go to McLaren at a time when it looked ...

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Ricciardo started ninth after a solid qualifying session, but he drifted back to 15th by the flag, having picked up a five-second penalty for causing a collision with Lance Stroll.
His pass on the Alpine drivers occurred when Ocon came out of the pits and straight into a fight for position with Alonso. Ricciardo was able to pass both drivers when they went wide at Turn 2.
However, it ...

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Ricciardo’s F1 future has been subject to significant speculation in recent weeks after a difficult start to the 2022 season with McLaren.
The Australian has struggled to match team-mate Lando Norris’s form, scoring 19 out of McLaren’s 89 points so far this season and recording just four top-10 finishes.
Ricciardo has a contract in place until the end of the 2023 season, but comments ...

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After joining McLaren at the start of last season, Ricciardo initially struggled for form before bouncing back after the summer break by scoring the team’s first win in almost nine years at Monza.
But the Australian has again found himself a step behind teammate Lando Norris through the early part of the year, leading to suggestions he faces an uncertain future with McLaren.
McLaren Racing ...

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Lewis Hamilton’s heavy accident in Q3 in Austria was cheered by the heavily Dutch crowd, while Max Verstappen was also subject to booing at the previous race at Silverstone, as well cheering of his spin in qualifying.
Hamilton himself called the cheering in Austria “mind blowing”, while acknowledging that what happened in Silverstone was also wrong.
Like other drivers Ricciardo agreed ...

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Since arriving at McLaren last year Ricciardo has struggled to adapt to the Woking team's machinery.
Apart from a rare highlight winning the 2021 Italian Grand Prix, the Australian has generally struggled to match established teammate Lando Norris in either qualifying or races, which has prompted speculations about the 33-year-old's future.
But on Wednesday Ricciardo took to social media to ...

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After what appeared to be an uptick in his performance after the Monaco Grand Prix, Ricciardo has endured more challenging times at the British GP and in Austria this weekend.
He never looked like challenging for points after a lowly qualifying at Silverstone, and at the Red Bull Ring he failed to make it out of Q1 after being unable to match the pace of teammate Lando Norris. He will start ...

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Ricciardo has had a difficult 2022 season so far, and he has made the top 10 only twice. The Australian has scored 15 points in 10 races, while Norris has logged 58.
Norris admits that the car has characteristics that make it difficult to drive and require a special technique.
"I can understand on some points," Norris said when asked if he could relate to Ricciardo's struggles. "Because I do ...

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Ricciardo slumped to 14th place in the wet qualifying session on Saturday at Silverstone, but took the second start following the red flag in P12 after Zhou Guanyu and George Russell were eliminated in the first-corner accident.
The Australian worked his way into the top 10 through the opening stages, only to fall back to 13th when he pitted for a set of hard compound tyres on lap 20.
A ...

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The Hollywood Reporter revealed on Monday that Hulu was the latest streaming company to capitalise on the current boom F1 is enjoying by producing a new show surrounding the series. 
Ricciardo shared the story from his Instagram account on Monday night, accompanied with a happy face emoji. His exact involvement in the project currently remains unclear.
The initial report claims the ...

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After more than a year of struggles at McLaren, where he has more often than not been in the shadow of Lando Norris, there finally appears to be a glimmer of hope that things are getting better.
His improved pace in Baku put him in the window where McLaren had to intervene with team orders as his strategy played out, and there is an impression that Ricciardo has turned the corner in ...

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The two drivers started on different strategies, with Norris on the medium tyre, and Ricciardo behind him on the hard.
Ricciardo had decent pace behind Norris in the first part of the race, and just prior to the latter's pitstop he obeyed an instruction to wait behind when he had a chance to pass.
Later, Ricciardo gained by being able to make his stop under a VSC, which allowed him to jump ...

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Speculation about Ricciardo's place at McLaren emerged over the Monaco Grand Prix weekend when CEO Zak Brown said that the Australian's results had not lived up to expectations and there were "mechanisms" that could result in them parting ways.
Although Ricciardo has a contract until the end of 2023, Brown's comments were interpreted as suggesting things could change for next year.
Speaking ...

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In 2021, as he continued to fight to get up to speed with his new team, Ricciardo was lapped by podium-bound teammate Lando Norris. It was a stark display of the gulf between them at the time, portrayed fairly brutally in the most recent season of Drive to Survive.
Back then, it was about Ricciardo getting to grips with life at Woking. Come Monza, he emphatically hit back at his critics by ...

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Ricciardo’s tough start to the season with McLaren continued in Monaco when he slumped to 14th in qualifying and finished the race in 13th place.
Ricciardo has recorded just one points finish so far this year, prompting McLaren boss Zak Brown to say earlier this week that the Australian was not meeting the team’s expectations.
Over the Monaco weekend, it was ...

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After running well during practice, Gasly qualified a lowly 17th after a strategy mix-up by AlphaTauri prevented him from setting a time at the end of Q1.
The Frenchman told his team to "be prepared" to take risks on strategy in the race, prompting him to be the first driver in the field to switch from wet to intermediate tyres after the red flag restart.
Gasly survived a couple of sketchy ...

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Ricciardo’s long-term future at the Woking-based team has been thrown into question after Brown last week made comments that the Australian driver’s results had not lived up to expectations.
Ricciardo accepted that his time at the team had not delivered the results he or his bosses would have liked, but he was clear in Monaco that he was committed for the full three years of his contract ...

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Ricciardo's rough start to the 2022 season appeared to continue on Friday when he lost the car on his first flying lap in FP2, tagging the swimming pool barriers and veering straight on into the Tecpro wall.
The sizeable damage to his car meant the Australian had to sit out the remainder of the session, going into Saturday with just one hour of FP1 practice under his belt.
Ricciardo ...

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Carlos Sainz finished second ahead of Red Bull pair Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen, who was unable to gain as much time on aging rubber during the qualifying simulation efforts in the mid-part of FP2 compared to his teammate.
Ferrari began the second session running the hard tyres, which meant Leclerc and Sainz ran adrift of early pace-setter Perez, who had deposed Alex Albon at the head of ...

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Brown caused a stir when he told Sky Sports that, off the back of Ricciardo’s ongoing difficulties in fully getting on top of McLaren’s car characteristics, their partnership had not lived up to expectations.
"We would obviously like to see Daniel much closer to Lando [Norris] and have a good intra-team battle,” he said.
"Daniel is just not comfortable yet with the car, we're trying ...

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All teams are struggling to save weight with their 2022 cars, and the Australian revealed that he'd had less fluid in his drinks bottle than he would have liked in the conditions.
He struggled for pace for most of the afternoon, and even a late switch to soft tyres during the safety car period that was triggered by his team mate Lando Norris didn't help much.
He crossed the line in 11th ...

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On Ferrari’s home turf, Sainz had been eager to get a good result under his belt after the disappointment of his early exit from the Australian Grand Prix.
But it all went wrong within seconds of the Emilia Romagna start after Ricciardo tagged Sainz at the first chicane and pitched him off into the gravel trap.
While Ricciardo was able to continue, albeit without being able to stage much ...

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