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Daniel Ricciardo ‘relieved’ to make Q3 at Abu Dhabi GP as he prepares for final F1 drive for McLaren


Aussie F1 star Daniel Ricciardo has admitted he is relieved to have made it to Q3 in one of the most challenging seasons of his career, as he prepares for his final drive in a McLaren and quite possibly Formula One altogether.

Ricciardo’s future has been clouded by uncertainty ever since McLaren terminated the 33-year-old’s contract earlier this year, with the team unimpressed by a series of underwhelming drives this season.

Aussie Daniel Ricciardo (pictured) has admitted he is relieved to have made it to Q3 in one of the most challenging seasons of his career, as he prepares for his final drive in a McLaren and quite possibly Formula One

Aussie Daniel Ricciardo (pictured) has admitted he is relieved to have made it to Q3 in one of the most challenging seasons of his career, as he prepares for his final drive in a McLaren and quite possibly Formula One

Red Bull chief Helmut Marko confirmed to Sky Sports last week that Ricciardo will be their third driver for 2023, serving as a back-up to reigning world champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez

Red Bull chief Helmut Marko confirmed to Sky Sports last week that Ricciardo will be their third driver for 2023, serving as a…



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