Daniel Ricciardo has made a shock return to Formula One as Nyck de Vries’ replacement at Red Bull’s subsequent group, AlphaTauri, until the end of the time.
Ricciardo, who removed a stage from dashing this year as Red Bull’s third driver, will get back to the matrix from the Hungarian Grand Prix on July 23. The 34-year-old Australian has been advanced out by Red Bull – for whom he was filling in as third driver – to their lesser group until the end of his one-year agreement.
The news was affirmed on Tuesday, while Ricciardo was leading a tire test for Red Bull at Silverstone. Red Bull said areas of strength for an in that meeting took the action occur.
Red Bull manager Christian Horner said: “It is perfect to see Daniel hasn’t lost any structure while away from hustling and that the steps he has been making in his sim meetings decipher on target. His times during the tire test were very aggressive. It was an exceptionally noteworthy drive, and we are eager to see what the remainder of the time brings for Daniel borrowed at Scuderia AlphaTauri.”
De Vries’ exit from AlphaTauri had appeared to be a question of when, not if, for some time, given his huge battles and the rehashed public reactions made by Red Bull motorsport supervisor Helmut Marko. This is hard on De Vries who was in that vehicle at 28 years old. I’ve addressed him at various occasions and he’s confronted inquiries concerning whether he could last the season? He’s been emerging with the line that he has faith in the Red Bull group, the lengthy Red Bull group. We need to recall that Alpha Tauri, with whom he’s lost this seat, is the Red Bull junior group.
Christian Horner and Dr. Helmut Marko have the last say, eventually, on who races in that vehicle and it’s appeared to be that for some time now his seat has been under danger. At last he’s been given up today [07/11/2023].