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‘Too talented to be doing this s***!' Red Bull urged to replace Sergio Perez with Daniel Ricciardo

Missed Apex podcast host Alex Vangeen believes that Red Bull should ditch Sergio Pérez and put Daniel Ricciardo into the car alongside Max Verstappen, reforming the team's duo from Spain 2016 to the end of 2018. Ricciardo has popped up on a few Red Bull TikTok videos already since returning to the Austrians as their development driver, with his popularity being used to promote the team through marketing campaigns. Red Bull haven't kept it a secret that Ricciardo will spend a lot of 2023 participating in marketing campaigns, with the team recognising his popularity in the likes of North America. Apart from perhaps a tyre test here or there, the eight-time race winner will likely spend...
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