A fresh twist in the tense title tussle wasn’t enough to overshadow a drought-breaking win for Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren on a memorably afternoon in Monza.

Daniel Ricciardo has won his first Formula 1 victory in more than three years and McLaren’s first in nine after feuding championship rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen took each other out in a heavy crash.

Daniel Ricciardo won a thrilling Italian Grand Prix ahead of McLaren teammate Lando Norris after championship rivals Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton came to blows again in a terrifying airborne crash.

The two title protagonists were kept separated in the first stint by Norris, who bottled Hamilton in fourth and split him from Verstappen’s fight with leader Ricciardo, but a slow stop by the Red Bull Racing mechanics conspired to drop the Dutchman off the lead battle.

Mercedes stopped Hamilton shortly afterwards, and his stop was also slow, dropping him onto the track alongside Verstappen as they entered the chicane, the Briton with the inside line and squeezing the Dutchman onto the apex at Turn 2.

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Ahead of his 200th Formula 1® start at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo reflects on his career by taking a trip down memory lane to discuss five important races on the way to his milestone.

Daniel Ricciardo arrived as McLaren’s 2021 star signing, but the race-winning Australian is at a loss to explain his thrashing at the hands of his junior teammate.

Episode 41 presented by St Hugo, features McLaren’s Daniel Ricciardo ahead of this week’s Monaco Grand Prix, joining us to remember his memorable Monte Carlo win in 2018 and the despair of missing out in 2016, discuss what makes Monaco such a challenge and explain why it has been his most successful Formula 1® circuit.

Daniel Ricciardo joins us to rank the 10 best Formula 1® drivers of 2020, reflects on the end of his two-year stint at Renault, looks ahead to joining McLaren for 2021, and answers questions from our listeners.

Episode 1 presented by Mobile Tyre Shop features Australian Formula 1® driver Daniel Ricciardo, who discusses the start of the F1® season in Austria, shares tales of life in lockdown in Western Australia, and offers some insights into his big move to McLaren for 2021.

Ferrari blows up the driver market, Daniel Ricciardo blows up Cyril Abiteboul’s heart and the news cycle blows up the timeliness of our podcast.

Daniel Ricciardo smiles in front of a Renault sponsor billboard at the 2019 German Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo has no regrets about his Renault switch despite the French team's midfield struggles
Every driver market story carries with it a kernel of truth, and it’ll be fascinating to see how the 2019–20 silly season comes together.
Daniel Ricciardo in his Renault
Daniel Ricciardo has blamed the Circuit Paul Ricard and modern aerodynamics for F1's current malaise.
You might think just six rounds into a 21-race season is too early for the driver merry-go-round to start turning, but speculation is never far from hand in Formula One.
One year on from his lights-to-flag domination of the Monaco Grand Prix and Daniel Ricciardo has no hope of even a podium on the hallowed Monte Carlo streets.

Daniel Ricciardo has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the next race for causing a bizarre crash with Daniil Kvyat in what the Australian described as a moment of panic at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

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There’s a strong argument to be made that Renault has had the most disappointing start to the 2019 season.
Nate Saunders, author of Daniel Ricciardo: In Pursuit of Greatness, joins Michael and Rob to talk about tin foil hats, the Microsoft Office suite and what the future holds in store for Australia's favourite (only) F1 driver. Peter McGinley talks about expired milk.
Daniel Ricciardo's Renault future is anything but certain.