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Coronavirus break could lengthen Ricciardo’s career

Daniel Ricciardo Daniel Ricciardo thinks that the current, drawn out period without racing could allow him to have a longer career. Ricciardo would have been preparing for the seventh grand prix of the Formula 1 season tonight in Monaco had that round and several others not been postponed or cancelled due to the pandemic. Instead, he went home to Western Australia shortly after the Australian Grand Prix was cancelled and has only tested since the 2019 season finale in Abu Dhabi at the start of December. The Renault F1 Team driver has, however, been able to undertake a more rigorous fitness program developed by his trainer, Michael Italiano. With at least seven months from his last race to...
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