Daniel Ricciardo has revealed how he sometimes ‘trips balls’ after his dramatic return to F1 in 2023.
The 34-year-old has faced several hardships in his F1 career, which looked to have come to an end in 2022 when he found out midway through the season that he would be replaced by Oscar Piastri at McLaren for the following year.
After enduring a torrid season with the Woking squad, Ricciardo signed on as Red Bull’s reserve driver for 2023, before making a shock return to the grid with AlphaTauri, replacing Nyck de Vries after 10 races.
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