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Daniel Ricciardo: ‘My Job Is To Drive And That’s It’

In the wake of finding his form and claiming a stunning victory at Monza, McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo has shed some light on the way in which he prepares for races and the mentality behind his successes.    Ricciardo revealed that he is “not ashamed to say” that he understands “the best part of nothing” when it comes to the technical aspect of a Formula 1 car.    READ: Ex-F1 Driver Urges Gasly To Leave Red Bull After Perez Handed New Deal Speaking to Party Casino, he said “my job is to drive and that’s it. So, I just put all my energy into that.”  Instead of focusing on the technical aspects of racing, Ricciardo finds success through his instinctive...
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