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Ricciardo: McLaren have only scratched the surface

Ahead of joining the team for next season, Daniel Ricciardo says McLaren have only scratched the surface of their 'massive' potential. It was announced before the start of the 2020 campaign that Ricciardo would be leaving Renault for the British team at the end of it. Given his current team have looked stronger for some of it, many have questioned the Aussie's decision. However, he says McLaren's excellent 2019 form convinced him – and he is confident things can get even better. 'Obviously because I made the decision before the season started, a lot of the rationale was what McLaren did last year in 2019,' he told Channel 4. 'They made, in my eyes, the biggest step out of any team...
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