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Ricciardo looking forward to Monaco GP: "Monaco is 100% intensity"

This weekend F1 returns to Monaco after a season of absence. On the Monte Carlo street circuit there will finally be a race again. For Daniel Ricciardo, now driving for McLaren, it is a special race. He won the Monaco GP in 2018. In the Australian podcast In the Fast Lane, he discusses his experiences and compares Singapore with Monaco. Ricciardo won in 2018 and was also very close in 2016. His first memory of seeing the Monaco GP on TV? "The first thing that comes to mind is the tunnel. To see Formula 1 cars drive through a tunnel was pretty weird. I thought, 'how do they do that? Where is this?' That was my first memory on TV. I love this circuit", the Australian said. Read...
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