Red Bull Racing currently dominates the F1 grid. Daniel Ricciardo is their reserve driver but he cannot take part in the incredible displays of supremacy. After a poor performance, he and McLaren parted company at the end 2022. He was then left without a place for the 2023 racing season. Red Bull welcomed him back, but in only a third-place capacity.
After a long period of being a spectator, Ricciardo now has an update about his goals. Speaking to Total-Motorsport.com, he said, “I want to keep learning with the team and see what else I can absorb over the next few races. I want to be back next year. He insists that his traumatic experience at the Woking team is behind him.
He continued, “I want to compete.” I feel refreshed and I’ve flushed out two difficult years. So, I’m doing well .” Despite winning the only race in McLaren’s two-year tenure, the Australian hit his lowest point. He struggled to get along with the car and had sub-par performances during his time at McLaren.
Ricciardo demonstrated his reserve driver role during the Australian Grand Prix and Miami Grand Prix. He is looking forward to returning next year, despite the fact that it was a forced break.
Daniel Ricciardo insists on returning to F1
Ricciardo is confident that, despite not being on the F1 grid in 2023, he has much more to give the sport. Ricciardo believes that he has unfinished business as he has never won a world title. He has consistently strived for podium finishes or victories throughout his career. He believes he is at least on par, if he’s not better than his competitors.
The Aussie super-star is eager to return to F1 in the future. He is confident that despite never having won a World Championship he can remind the world of his outstanding talent as a F1 driver. He is still “the king of overtaking”, and intends to remind everyone of his best self at Red Bull.
The F1 market is extremely competitive. Each year, a number of talented young drivers compete for the same opportunities. Ricciardo’s age may make it difficult for him to secure a seat in a race because he is an experienced professional. F1 is known for its unpredictable nature and the Australian could make a return. He may be able to return to the F1 circuit if the right circumstances arise.