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‘We Never Hated Each Other’: Daniel Ricciardo Opens Up On Relationship With Max Verstappen

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo has opened up on his relationship with former Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen, insisting they “never hated each other.” Ricciardo departed Red Bull at the end of 2018, as he felt the team was favouring Verstappen as they looked to make him the youngest ever F1 World Champion. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! He joined Renault, but after two lacklustre seasons with the Enstone-based team he decided to move to McLaren in the hopes of landing a more competitive car. In an interview with Square Mile this week, Ricciardo said the “outside world really underestimated what Max and I did to each other”, and suggested this only became...
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