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Ricciardo expecting more from Renault after poor performance in 2019

Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he was not happy with his 2019 Formula 1 campaign, which also marked his début for the Renault F1 Team. The Australian, who finished ninth in the Championship, felt the season was not an accurate representation of his abilities. After making the jump from Red Bull Racing to the French outfit, Ricciardo was prepared for the change between fighting for wins and attempting to stay at the front in the midfield battle. 'Relatively speaking not great, I don’t see myself as the ninth-best driver on the grid,' Ricciardo told Crash.net. 'I don’t look into it too much because I believe I am better. Do I want to be ninth for the next few years and have the...
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