Daniel Ricciardo is not expecting to slot into predecessor Mark Webber's awkward position within the Red Bull hierarchy.
Australian Webber, who has left F1 for Porsche's new Le Mans foray, often hinted that his side of the garage was not treated as fairly as was teammate Sebastian Vettel's.
Now, another Australian, 24-year-old Ricciardo, has stepped straight into Webber's shoes.
"Obviously," countryman and 1980 world champion Alan Jones told the Sydney Morning Herald this week, "if there is any sort of leaning in that team, it's probably slightly Germanic."
But as far as Ricciardo is concerned, Webber's situation may simply have been created by his slightly awkward...
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