Daniel Ricciardo recalls Styrian GP horror – “Then it all went wrong for me”

McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo had a tough race at the Styrian Grand Prix after he finished at the thirteenth position.

As a result, he was unable to score any points for his team.

However, with the upcoming race in Austria, he has a chance to redeem himself.

Ricciardo expecting better results

The Australian is finding it difficult to settle into his car.

On one hand, Max Verstappen‘s former teammate finds it difficult to score points, his teammate Lando Norris regularly drives between Red Bull and Mercedes.

Therefore, Ricciardo will be expecting more from himself in the upcoming races.

What did Ricciardo say?

“Sunday I was, if I may say so, pissed off,” the driver told Motorsport.com

“Pissed is not a curse anyway, but you guys will probably blurt it out. The race actually started well.

“I was behind George [Russell] who was also having a good race, and then it all went wrong for me,” he stated.

Down, but not out

Ricciardo had difficulty in shaking off the disappointment. 

“Sunday night I was down. But eventually, I woke up on Monday, and I sweated all the anger and toxins out in the sauna.

“And since then it’s just been looking forward to this weekend,” he concluded.

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