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Ricciardo wants to catalyse positivity within Renault

Following a disappointing season personally for Daniel Ricciardo, the Australian is hoping to get back to his best for the start of the 2019 Formula 1 season so that he can catalyse "positive energy" within his new Renault team after making the move from Red Bull. Ricciardo decided to switch teams after reportedly becoming unsettled at Red Bull, with Renault taking advantage to pull off the coup of acquiring his signature. On Tuesday, Renault revealed their 2019 challenger vehicle, the R.S 19, and Ricciardo is hoping he can bring his positive attitude to the team to hopefully bring success with the new car. "Renault has a massive history in motorsport, so to be part of...
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