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Ricciardo reveals what needs to happen at Renault next year

Daniel Ricciardo insists he is happy to remain with Renault, but is adamant that they need to improve from their performance in 2019 to next season. When the Australian made the surprising move from Red Bull to Renault ahead of the 2019 campaign, it was under the assumption that the French team would be bridging the gap to the front three. Article continues under video That hasn’t happened, with McLaren establishing themselves as the fourth-best team currently. Even though Ricciardo is disappointed with the results, he is determined to help the team develop. "Do I want to stay? Yes, because ideally we do get this to the next level," he told BBC Sport. "It was my massive...
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