Daniel Ricciardo 'in contact with four F1 teams' as Aussie in middle of McLaren farce
DANIEL RICCIARDO has been approached by four F1 teams as speculation persists over the Australian's future with McLaren.According to ESPN, four teams have contacted Ricciardo's representatives to test the water and enquire about his availability. That in itself is not uncommon in the driver market when teams begin planning for next season, but it proves the Australian remains an attractive commodity.
while Oscar Piastri will replace Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren from next season , the 33 -year -old pilot revealed to have had a discussion with his young compatriot ... © DPA/Abaca while Oscar Piastri will replace Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren from next season, the 33 -year -old revealed having Has a discussion with his young compatriot ...
after two years spent at McLaren, Daniel Ricciardo will leave the British stable. The Australian was pushed towards the exit to give way to Oscar Piastri. A great hope of the Alpine Academy, the young 21 -year -old pilot decided to leave the French training in order to make his debut in formula 1 under the colors of McLaren in 2023.
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in remarks relayed by Motorsport , Daniel Ricciardo S 'is entrusted to his hectic summer. The native of Perth first revealed having had a discussion with Mark Webber, Oscar Piastri's manager, on the sidelines of the Grand Prix of the Netherlands last weekend: " I think he did not have Need to do it, but he felt that he wanted, in a way, apologize and see how I was going. Obviously, I know how F1 is. There is nothing personal. He wanted Ensure that I knew it, that I understood it and that it was going. He feels really bad, obviously, because of the way it went and how things were presented in the media. It was Pleasant to speak to him. "
after the signing of Oscar Piastri at McLaren, his manager Mark Webber settles his accounts with Alpine:" They forced her hand "
Daniel Ricciardo breaks silence on F1 future with McLaren exit looking increasing likely
MCLAREN driver Daniel Ricciardo looks set for a change of scenery later this year, and the Australian has addressed his ambitions in Formula 1.A merry-go-round of driver movement will see Fernando Alonso replace the retiring Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin next year. Alpine announced earlier in August that reserve driver Oscar Piastri would then take Alonso's seat, only for the youngster to deny he'd agreed to the move.
Daniel Ricciardo also had the opportunity to Explain with his future replacement: " I also spoke to Oscar, to be honest, and I made sure that there was no animosity. " without resentment, the aus TRALIEN seems to have been satisfied with his exchange with his young compatriot: " I understand how it works. He tries to get there, he tries to access Formula 1. This moment should also be very important for him. I don't want to make the situation bad for him. That's all: there is nothing personal. The conversation stopped there. I really wish him to succeed. I want him to have a good career in Formula 1. (...) J E wanted to make sure it was clear that I understood his position. It is absolutely without resentment. It was good, I think it made him feel better. I think the last thing he wanted was to have strange tensions with one of the only Australians in F1. So I am happy that we did that. "
For the time being, Daniel Ricciardo has still not found a tub for the next Formula 1. According to the last rumors, the Australian could bounce back from Haas or even with Williams. The man of 33 Years also do not depart to finish as a reserve pilot in 2023: " I am quite open to all scenarios. There are advantages to take free time, but it is good to stay active. That's why I want to hear everything. Even if it is as a reserve pilot, I don't want to be too proud to say that I am too good for that. "
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