Daniel Ricciardo articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Rosberg and Ricciardo to be investigated over red flag 4th July 2014, 14:34
Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo are under investigation for alleged infringements when the red flag was shown during the first practice session.
Ricciardo stunned by last-gasp breakthrough victory 8th June 2014, 22:00
Daniel Ricciardo said he was “still a bit in shock” after claiming the first victory of his Formula One career in Canada.
Ricciardo reprimanded for incident with Maldonado 6th June 2014, 17:45
Daniel Ricciardo has been given a reprimand following an incident with Pastor Maldonado during the first practice session.
Vettel says he decided to let Ricciardo pass him 20th April 2014, 11:11
Sebastian Vettel said he decided to let team mate Daniel Ricciardo past after initially resisting an instruction from the Red Bull pit wall for him to move over.
Red Bull “closing the gap” to Mercedes – Ricciardo 19th April 2014, 9:32
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull are reducing the margin of superiority Mercedes enjoy and may be able to threaten them with their pace in tomorrow’s race.
The FIA’s verdict rejecting Red Bull’s appeal in full 18th April 2014, 17:33
The FIA’s Court of Appeal rejected Red Bull’s attempt to overturn Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from second place in a hearing on April 14th. Here is the verdict of the court in full.
Red Bull ‘can fight Mercedes on slower tracks’ 1st April 2014, 17:18
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can challenge Mercedes on circuits where downforce takes priority over straight-line speed.
Ricciardo gets ten-place grid drop 30th March 2014, 12:08
Daniel Ricciardo will be moved back ten places on the grid for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ricciardo expects Red Bull to “keep everyone happy” 27th March 2014, 9:22
Daniel Ricciardo expects Red Bull will try to avoid a repeat of the controversy which overshadowed their start to the season in Australia.
Losing podium better than retiring – Ricciardo 20th March 2014, 17:56
Daniel Ricciardo says it was better to finish on the podium and then be disqualified than never to have got there in the first place.