Daniel Ricardo: Road trip instead of race after GP-Aus / Formula 1

Daniel Ricardo: Road trip instead of race after GP-Aus / Formula 1

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo still wants to achieve ambitious goals in his Formula 1 career. Nevertheless, he has already foreseen his departure from GP Circus.

Although Daniel Ricciardo has started his tenth full Formula 1 season this year, the cheerful curly hair Formula 1 farewell still goes a long way. McLaren Star is no longer the youngest in the field at the age of 31. He still has a few years to achieve his ambitious goal of winning the world title, compared to 41-year-old Alfa Romeo veteran Kimi Rikkonen or 39-year-old Formula 1 Fernando Alonso.

On the occasion of his switch from Renault to the traditional racing team from Walking, Ricardo explained how strong the fire was still. The Australian is already thinking about his time after his GP career. And unlike most of his colleagues, he wants to say goodbye to the racetrack when the time comes.

In an interview with “Square Mile” magazine, the seven-time GP winner said: “As much as I love the sport, I think I want to get away with it when I finish my career. I want to get away from this game. I put my full and full energy to it, so I believe that when I say goodbye, I will really stick with it – at least for a while. ”

“It may well be that at a certain point I feel a desire to return,” admits the 31-time GP podium climber. “But I see myself going on a long road trip or any other real adventure without a schedule. Whether it is music, food or anything to do, it definitely sounds good. ”

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Bahrain-GP in Sakhir.

01. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes W12, 1: 32: 03,897 hours
02. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing RB16B-Honda, +0,745 seconds
03. Valtteri Bottas (Fin), Mercedes W12, +37,383
04. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren MCL 35 M-Mercedes, +46,466
05. Sergio Perez (MEX), Red Bull Racing RB16B-Honda, +52,047
06. Charles Lecler (MC), Ferrari SF21, +59,090
07. Daniel Ricardo (AUS), McLaren MCL35M-Mercedes, +1: 06,004m
08. Carlos Sainz (E), Ferrari SF 21, +1: 07,100
09. Yuki Tsotoka (J), Alphatori AT02-Honda, +1: 25,692
10. Lance Stroke (CDN), Aston Martin AMR 21-Mercedes, +1: 26,713
11. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin), Alfa Romeo C41-Ferrari, +1: 28,864
12. Antonio Giovinazzi (I), Alfa Romeo C41-Ferrari, +1 round
13. Estebon Ocon (F), Alpine A521-Renault, +1 Runday
14. George Russell (GB), Williams FW43B-Mercedes, +1 Runde
15. Sebastian Vettel (D), Aston Martin AMR 21-Mercedes, +1 Runday
16. Mick Schumacher (D), Haas VF-21-Ferrari, +1 lap
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Pierre Galli (F), Alphtori AT02-Honda (vehicles damaged after collision)
Nicholas Latifi (CDN), Williams FW43B-Mercedes (Turbocharger)
Fernando Alonso (E), Alpine A521-Renault (Bremsen)
Nikita Mazepin (RUS), Haas VF-21-Ferrari (Accident)

Provisional formula 1 calendar 2021

March 28: Sakhir, Bahrain
18. April: Imola, Italian
02. Mai: Portimo, Portugal
09. May: Barcelona, ​​Spain
23. Never: Monte Carlo, Monaco
June 6: Baku, Azerbaijan
13. June: Montreal, Canada
27 June: Le Castellet, France
4 July: Spielberg, Austria
18 July: Silverstone, Great Britain
August 01: Budapest, Hungary
29 August: Spa, Belgium
5 September: Zandovort, Netherlands
12. September: Monza, Italian
26 September: Sochi, Russia
03 October: Singapore, Singapore
October 10: Suzuka, Japan
October 24: Austin, USA
October 31: Mexico City, Mexico
07. November: Sao Paulo, Brasilin
21. November: Melbourne, Australian
5 December: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
12. Dezember: Yes Marina, Abu Dhabi

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