Daniel Ricciardo has joined the upper echelon of F1's best drivers.
In the paddock, a big rumour is that for its new works Honda partnership beginning next year, McLaren is on the market for one of the sport's 'big three' drivers.
They are Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel.
But is a new kid on the block about to join their calibre? So far in 2014, Australian Ricciardo has stunned the paddock with his rise from Red Bull's junior team Toro Rosso.
He has undoubtedly humbled reigning quadruple world champion Vettel over the first half of the season, recording two wins to the German's none.
25-year-old Ricciardo, two years younger than Vettel, recorded his second career win on...
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