F1 Drive to Survive news: Daniel Ricciardo discusses F1 heartbreak after dramatic exit

F1 Drive to Survive news: Daniel Ricciardo discusses F1 heartbreak after dramatic exit


Daniel Ricciardo is a fan favorite not only on the track but also off the track, which is why his role in Drive to Survive has made for fascinating viewing over the years.

Following the new release of the now established Netflix favourite, They have GPF they refer to some of the major events of the series from many years ago.

There have already been five sequels of Chaos and hte sixth installment is also likely to bring high drama to our screens.

Here’s the latest article looking back at key moments in amazing articles.

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All for Daniel Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo looked far and away as a likely driver to return to Red Bull when he joined McLaren in 2021 from Renault and promised to be the start of an exciting partnership with Lando Norris.

It seemed to pay off mid-season when he led the team to its first win in nine years after a one-two finish at the Italian Grand Prix, but even such a big win was a crackdown.

Ricciardo’s form faltered, Monza aside, with the Woking outfit and after struggling again in 2022, he left the team with a year left on his contract – leaving him without a car on the grid.

“It hurts and I feel it. You have to take it on the chin. You can cry about it, you can cry about anything, but that’s how it goes,” he told the show.

“Obviously it’s a bit painful. But, if it’s hard to take, I feel like if I just lie down and don’t come back, then nothing will change.”

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