Ricciardo Aiming At Breaking Lewis Hamilton’s Record

Daniel Ricciardo, the 25 years old racing car driver from Australia is aiming at overtaking one of the luminaries of formula one, Lewis Hamilton. Ricciardo is a member of the Red Bull team and it has been confirmed not too long ago, that he will be making an appearance in the Top Gear challenge named ‘Star in a reasonably priced car’.

In order to become the winner of the challenge he will have to beat the time taken by racing greats like, Rubens Barricello, Mark Webber, Sebastian Vettel, Nigel Mansell etc to complete a lap. Ricciardo’s lap at the Surrey circuit was aired in UK on 8th February and a few weeks after that the first round of this year’s Melbourne championship started. Ricciardo while speaking to news reporters has confirmed that he will be on this show’s third episode.

He said that people have been asking about when he would be making an appearance on Top Gear show and Ricciardo has said that the time has finally come for him to do that. Continue reading Ricciardo Aiming At Breaking Lewis Hamilton’s Record

RICCIARDO UNSURE ON FUTURE

Daniel Ricciardo has said that he is extremely unsure about his future with Toro Rosso. The team has been struggling with making a lot of decisions in the last few months. There has been a lot of talk surrounding the appointment of a new technical director, but there has been no confirmation yet. Daniel Ricciardo has also said that he does not know about the details of the next technical director for the team. He is more worried about his own future after that has been no talks with the team over the possibility of extending his contract.

There have been recent reports that James Key will become the next technical director for the team. The current technical director of the team, Giorgio Ascanelli, will be stepping down from his post at the end of this month. However, there has been no official word regarding the appointment of James Key, and the driver Daniel Ricciardo also failed to suppress the speculation. This is the second season at Toro Rosso for Daniel Ricciardo and he has said that he is unsure about his future with his current team. The reliability issues and pace problems have meant that the team has been able to only achieve a ninth place finish.

“In Hockenheim there was a bit of discussion and Giorgio was absent. Whether it’s something that will get resolved over the break. Maybe it came at a good time and some time off and everyone can rethink. Maybe it will be good and, come to Spa, maybe everything will be normal again – or there could be some changes. Unless we were getting some podiums and doing something extraordinary, I never saw that happening next year,” said Daniel Ricciardo ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix that will take place on 2 September.