Daniel Ricciardo drops retirement hint amid speculation McLaren want to move on from the Aussie after just two seasons

Daniel Ricciardo’s Formula 1 career has entered its ‘second part’, with the Australian admitting he is far closer to the end of his spell in the sport than he is to his beginning. I couldn’t tell you now if it’s three years, five years, whatever, but I’m aware that I can’t see myself doing this at 40.’. ‘I’m still passionate about the sport and I still want to do good in it, so that’s it. After finishing third in the Drivers’ Championship in two of his first three seasons with Red Bull, Ricciardo endured a difficult two years at Renault with just two podium finishes. Ricciardo’s best result this season is a sixth place at the Australian GP, but Brown believes the 32-year-old remained a great asset.

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