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Ricciardo Might Quit McLaren If ‘Hangover’ Of 2021 Car Remains

Daniel Ricciardo could leave McLaren if he continues to struggle at the Woking-based in 2022, as the Aussie is unlikely to continue to tolerate “sub-standard performance from himself.” That is the opinion of British F1 journalist Mark Hughes, who expressed his views in his latest column for The Race in which he assessed whether Ricciardo might continue to underperform once the new regulations are introduced next year. READ: Ex-F1 Driver Gives Verdict On How Vettel Compares To Verstappen, Leclerc & Norris Ricciardo joined McLaren from Renault this year, and he has struggled to get to grips with his new car. “I knew straight away it was a different beast,” the Aussie said in an...
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