F1's 'silliest season' has taken a big step towards sanity, as Red Bull finally confirmed Daniel Ricciardo will replace Australian countryman Mark Webber in 2014 and beyond.
Austrian media reports said the 24-year-old has inked a minimally three-year deal.
"Continuity is important to us," Dr Helmut Marko said on Red Bull-owned Austrian television Servus TV.
"The contract is therefore for at least three years, as Daniel was not only the youngest candidate but also the one with the most potential."
Champions Kimi Raikkonen and perhaps even Fernando Alonso were reportedly considered for the plum seat alongside Sebastian Vettel, but team boss Christian Horner said the Red...
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