Daniel Ricciardo’s Determination: Embracing the ‘chip on my shoulder’ from Canada

Daniel Ricciardo's Determination: Embracing the 'chip on my shoulder' from Canada

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Daniel Ricciardo has admitted he entered the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix with a “chip on his shoulder” as he produced his strongest weekend to date this season. The Australian arrived in Montreal under pressure to deliver amid a disappointing campaign which had seen RB team-mate Yuki Tsunoda have the measure over him. But amid […]

Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo faced pressure to perform well in Montreal after a disappointing season where his teammate Yuki Tsunoda outperformed him. Despite criticism from former F1 champion Jacques Villeneuve, Ricciardo showed competitiveness from the start, qualifying in the top five. Overcoming a penalty for a start infraction and challenging weather conditions, he finished in eighth place. Ricciardo was pleased to have a complete and successful weekend, mentioning the mental and physical challenges of the sport. He highlighted the importance of maintaining intensity and possibly using a bit of anger to fuel his performance in future races. Ricciardo’s points in Montreal improved Red Bull’s position in the Constructors’ Championship and elevated him to 12th in the Drivers’ standings, setting the stage for the upcoming Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona, where he achieved his first F1 podium in 2014.

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