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Ricciardo admits that joining Renault was 'not an easy decision'

Daniel Ricciardo left Aston Martin Red Bull Racing last season to join Renault but the Australian has admitted that it was wasn't a straight forward decision for him to make. Ricciardo is currently ninth in the drivers' standings on 42 points while Renault are fifth in the constructors' championship on 77 points. Ricciardo has won seven Grand Prix to date and while this season has been a struggle he felt that he needed a change for the 2019 season. Read more Verstappen admits that Red Bull 'must remain realistic' in the final four races "It was certainly not an easy decision. I came to a point where I felt I was ready for change. I wanted a new challenge and needed renewed...
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