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Ricciardo back on track and grinning again at F1's U.S. Grand Prix

Recovery from his broken hand took awhile. 'But I'm probably a bit of a wuss as well'

Daniel Ricciardo breaks hand in crash, is out for Dutch Grand Prix

McLaren's Norris beats out Verstappen in Friday's second practice

Daniel Ricciardo drives a Red Bull F1 car on an Australia road trip

From dirt roads in the outback to the Mount Panorama track

Jim Farley teases F-150 Lightning EV performance demonstrator

Follows the Mach-E 1400 and Cobra Jet 1400 among Ford's EV tire shredders

McLaren F1 parts ways with Daniel Ricciardo for 2023

Buys out his contract for a reported $15 million

Daniel Ricciardo disgusted with F1's 'Hollywood' coverage of Romain Grosjean's crash

'Why do we need to see this? ... His family has to keep watching that'

Grosjean was lucky to escape with his life after his Haas car speared through metal barriers, splitting in two and bursting into flames. "I’m disgusted and disappointed with Formula One for showing or choosing the way to show it as they did, and broadcast replays after replays after replays of the fire, and his car split in half," said Renault's Ricciardo. Ricciardo said Formula One, whose commercial rights are owned by U.S.-based Liberty Media, was lucky it was not having to deal

Renault F1 boss loses tattoo bet with Daniel Ricciardo

Cyril Abiteboul said he'd get a tattoo of Ricciardo's choice for a top-three finish this season

NÜRBURG, Germany (AP) — Daniel Ricciardo's first podium finish for Renault comes with a special bonus. The Australian driver and Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul had a bet that Abiteboul would get a tattoo of Ricciardo's choice if he could finish in the top three of a race this season. Ricciardo managed it with a run to third in the Eifel Grand Prix on Sunday.

F1's Carlos Sainz Jr. will go to Ferrari, Daniel Ricciardo to McLaren

Charles Leclerc is now Ferrari's No. 1 with Vettel's departure

Renault stripped of points after disqualification from Japanese Grand Prix

'The penalty is not proportionate to any benefit the drivers derived'

Renault will not appeal their Japanese Grand Prix disqualification for breaking the rules on driver aids, the Formula One team said on Thursday. The governing FIA announced on Wednesday that Australian Daniel Ricciardo and German driver Nico Hulkenberg had been stripped of their nine points from the Oct. 13 race in Suzuka. Renault had the right to appeal by a Thursday deadline at the Mexican Grand Prix.