Helmut Marko, a Red Bull advisor, has declared that Daniel Ricciardo may rejoin the squad once more in 2023 as their reserve driver.
As Red Bull’s reserve racer for the 2023 Formula 1 season, Daniel Ricciardo will make a comeback.
Helmut Marko, a Red Bull advisor, revealed to Sky Germany after FP1 that Ricciardo will leave McLaren just after Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Ricciardo has stated that he was considering a backup position for 2023 in order to consider his choices for the next year, despite the fact that Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen both have multi-year contracts with the club that last through 2024.
The Australian driver made his Red Bull start in 2014 after two seasons with the junior squad Toro Rosso.
He was with the squad for five seasons before moving on to Renault in 2019 and then McLaren in 2021.
Despite winning the Italian Grand Prix the year before, the squad’s first victory since 2012, Ricciardo has fallen short of McLaren’s expected outcomes for the entire 2022 season.
Liam Lawson is anticipated to continue as the backup racer for both AlphaTauri and Red Bull in 2023, despite the fact that Daniel Ricciardo will fill the third driver position.
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