Following Daniel Ricciardo's solid start to the season given Red Bull's woes, Christian Horner says it is "highly unlikely" the Aussie will be staying put next year.
Although Ricciardo joined Red Bull Racing on a long-term contract, that would have meant nothing if he hadn't been able to rise to the challenge.
However, he has done that just fine.
Five races in, the Aussie has already achieved one podium while on two occasions his superior pace has resulted in Red Bull asking reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel to move over for him.
His performances have led to team boss Horner stating that it is "highly unlikely" Ricciardo won't retain his seat for next season....
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