Can Red Bull End Season On A High Note For Both Cars And Finally Have Success In Brazil

Red Bull Racing have been strong as of late. If you take out the power unit failures throughout the course of the second half of the season, then both Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo would likely still be a player in this year’s championship. Instead, Lewis Hamilton has that secured as everyone else is playing for second from here on out. But, that doesn’t stop all the teams from trying to win out. RBR is hoping to end the 2018 season the heels of three straight victories as Verstappen was…

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Ricciardo Narrowly Bests Teammate Verstappen For Mexican Grand Prix Pole, Can Red Bull Racing Pull Of Win On Sunday?

Daniel Ricciardo is in a slump. His last win came 13 races ago on May 27. In fact, his victory in the Monaco Grand Prix was his last podium effort too. At that point of the season, Ricciardo had two wins and four top five finishes in the first six races of the year. In the last 13 races, Ricciardo has zero wins, zero podiums and just five top fives. Power unit failures and bad luck are the culprit. But, on Saturday in Mexico City, Ricciardo put together the perfect…

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Ricciardo’s Decision To Leave Red Bull And Join Renault Shocking

On Friday morning, Daniel Ricciardo and Red Bull Racing announced that the prized free agent wouldn’t be returning to the team for the 2019 Formula One season. That move sent shockwaves throughout the racing world as it was a preconceived notion that the Australian would be coming back with a new extension. There were multiple reports that Ricciardo and Red Bull were nearing a deal in fact. The main reason a deal wasn’t done yet was that Ricciardo was waiting to see what Red Bull would do in terms of…

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Ferrari And Red Bull Battles Could Be Won By Unlikely Drivers This Weekend

The betting world is growing in the United States due to a recent law change in terms of sports betting. With that being said, that could favor racing the most. Fans can now place bets on automobile racing around the world and do so without repercussions. So, that brings a whole new way to watching and looking at races for fans and bettors. Take this for example, one prop you can place money on is battles among teammates in F1. You can put wagers on which teammate will finish ahead…

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Ricciardo Wins Monaco Grand Prix In Dominating Fashion

Nearing the midway mark of Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix, Daniel Ricciardo thought his No. 3 Red Bull Racing entry was losing power. It ended up being a false alarm. The Aussie would easily cruise to his seventh career Formula One victory on Sunday en route to a historic win in Monte Carlo. Ricciardo, led every practice session, started on the pole and led all 78 laps in a dominating race weekend. The last driver to do that was Lewis Hamilton in the United States Grand Prix last year. The win…

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Ricciardo Driver To Beat In Monaco Grand Prix, Earns Pole For Sunday’s Race, But Hamilton Has Trends On His Side

Its been a perfect weekend thus far for Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo. He was fastest in both practice sessions on Thursday then followed that up with being P1 in Saturday’s third Formula One practice session on the Monte Carlo street circuit. In qualifying, he couldn’t be touched, as Ricciardo broke the track record en route to his second career pole award. Ironically enough, both of his F1 poles have come in Monaco. Ricciardo, circled the famous street course with a time of 1:10.810-seconds. The only thing going against Ricciardo this…

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5 Favorites For Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix (8 a.m. ET/ESPN 2)

This has been a wild 2018 Formula One season. Through three races, Mercedes has yet to win. Now, we head to the second ever Azerbaijan Grand Prix (8 a.m. ET/ESPN 2) this weekend, which could create even more unknowns for Sunday’s race. Last year, we saw a wild race. The podium was Daniel Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas and Lance Stroll. Will this year’s race be even crazier?

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Can Red Bull Land Victory In Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Two weeks ago, Red Bull shocked the Formula One community by showing their pace in a win in the Heineken Chinese Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo had a horrible preliminary weekend in two practice sessions and even qualifying. But, he overcame that by having the pace to not only beat the Mercedes duo, but the Ferrari ones too. Ricciardo, won the race itself. No one, and I mean no one, saw that coming. 

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Key Caution, Aid In Ricciardo Stealing Chinese Grand Prix Victory

What a fluky day it was on Sunday in China. Nothing against Daniel Ricciardo, but this was one of his finest drives in his Formula One career. But, in order to do so, it took some major luck. No one, and I mean no one, had Ricciardo taking his No. 3 Red Bull Renault to victory in this weekend’s Heineken Chinese Grand Prix. I mean, if you did, you may need your head examined. That’s not a shot to Ricciardo either. It’s just the truth. 

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Daniel Ricciardo Having a Frustrating Weekend So Far In His Home Country of Australia

Daniel Ricciardo enters the 2018 Formula One season in a contract year. Everywhere he goes he’s going to have to answer on what his plans will be for 2019. Will he remain with Red Bull Racing or leave for Ferrari? What about another team? But, he’d like to put those distractions away in the season opener as the Rolex Australian Grand Prix (1 a.m. ET/ESPN 2) is special to him. It’s his home country track after all. But, Ricciardo has had some bad luck in the race. He’s never finished…

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