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Ricciardo on choices after Red Bull: 'Renault was a good one, but McLaren...'

Things have come full circle for Daniel Ricciardo who parted ways with Red Bull Racing after 2018, but has now returned to the ranks as a third driver. The Australian looks back on his decision to leave the team and the choices that followed. Article continues under ad Decline of Ricciardo Ricciardo left Red Bull after 2018. In that year, he was beaten by Max Verstappen. Both drivers won two races, but for Ricciardo those were also his only two podium finishes, while Verstappen was on the podium no less than 11 times. The points difference between the two drivers was 79 points. Ricciardo chose to continue his F1 career at Renault, where he was tasked with taking the team to the podium....
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