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Daniel Ricciardo: Greater 'clarity' on career will help 2019 prospects

Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo says greater “clarity” on his career direction will have a positive impact on his performance through the upcoming Formula 1 season. Ricciardo spent the opening half of 2018 weighing up his Formula 1 future before ultimately choosing to end his decade-long association with Red Bull by signing for Renault. Ricciardo won two Grands Prix last year – in China and Monaco – but his season was largely blighted by an array of mechanical setbacks, particularly in the second half of the campaign. “Last year we had some highs and some happy moments,” said Ricciardo, as Renault unveiled its R.S.19. “There were also some points...
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