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Daniel Ricciardo will miss the first practice session at Suzuka

Daniel Ricciardo will miss the first practice session at Suzuka

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Daniel Ricciardo will hand over his car to the Japanese driver Ayumu Iwasi in the first free practice session at Suzuki. This was confirmed by Helmut Marko after the race in Australia. "Ayumu Iwasa will replace Daniel Ricciardo in the RB team at the first free practice session in Suzuka," Marko told Speedweek. The twenty-two-year-old Japanese, who is currently competing in the Super Formula championship, will thus get the opportunity to compete in Formula 1 in front of his home fans. This means that the RB team will have an all-Japanese lineup at the first training session in Suzuki. According to the rules, all teams must offer the opportunity to newcomers during the first two free training sessions of the season. This means that every Formula 1 driver is forced to miss one first free practice session.
Ricciardo angry at Tsunoda: He's behaving like a child

Ricciardo angry at Tsunoda: He's behaving like a child

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Yuki Tsunoda was very unhappy with the team's decision after he had to drop teammate Daniel Ricciardo in front of him at the end of the race. The Visa Cash App RB team riders were then just behind Kevin Magnussen in thirteenth and fourteenth place. The Japanese was on the hardest version of the tires, while the Australian had the softest version on the race car. At the suggestion of the latter, the team decided to switch places between the two drivers in order for Ricciardo to take advantage of the soft tires and try to score some points. In the end, the strategy didn't work and the two racers finished one after the other in thirteenth and fourteenth place. Tsunoda showed his displeasure with the team's strategy in the post-race lap as the two drivers headed back towards
Perez: This will be my best season at Red Bull

Perez: This will be my best season at Red Bull

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Ahead of the start of the 2024 season, Sergio Perez is confident this will be his best season with Red Bull Racing as he tries to overtake team-mate three-time world champion Max Verstappen. The Mexican will start his fourth season with Red Bull this year, but since his contract expires at the end of the season, he will be even more motivated to convince his employers to renew with results. Perez started last season with wins in Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan before completely losing touch with Verstappen, who recorded a record nineteen wins and ended the season 290 points behind the Dutchman. "Everyone is aware of the challenge that awaits me this year," said the 34-year-old Perez. "Max is a racer that you can only beat if you give your all, so this is a big challenge for me, which I also