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Ricciardo ‘aiming to get Renault working harder' for fresh start

Renault's new signing Daniel Ricciardo says he's hopeful that he can light a fire at Enstone that can help propel the team further up the grid. The popular Australian driver decided to leave Red Bull Racing after five years at Milton Keynes, in order to jump ship to then engine suppliers Renault. It's been seen as a risky move, due to RBR's constant presence near the front of the pecking order while Renault have very clearly been a step behind since their return as a works team in 2016. However, Ricciardo reckons he can help the French marque find a little more fire and says he's hungry to get started with his new crew: “Renault has a massive history in motorsport, so to be part of the...
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