Daniel Ricciardo was recently spotted in a new look, surprising F1 fans. The Aussie has been a fan favorite since he burst into the spotlight at Red Bull in 2014. Although he will not be on the F1 grid this season, attention is still drawn to him for his charismatic personality.
Ricciardo has divided fans with his new look. The Australian wore a blue shirt with a slightly different hairstyle. Here are some fan reactions to Ricciardo’s new look:
“This is not Daniel Ricciardo, this is Ricciardo Daniel”
This is not Daniel Ricciardo, this is Ricciardo Daniel ًںک https://t.co/yNVSLcdcRb
“This is Councilman Jeremy Jamm from Parks and Rec, don’t lie”
@formulachlo This is Councilman Jeremy Jamm of Parks and Rec. Don’t lie
“Looks like he accidentally got caught in a wind tunnel”
@formulachlo Looks like he accidentally got caught in a wind tunnel
“Can’t he just buy a wig or something he’s embarrassed about?”
@formulachlo Can’t he just buy a wig or something, I’m embarrassed for him?
“For the very old folks like me… Ricciardo looks a lot like Justin Timberlake when he was on NSYNC (he had blonde hair though)”
For the very old folks like me…Daniel Ricciardo looks a lot like Justin Timberlake when he was on NSYNC (he had blonde hair though) twitter.com/formulayna/sta…
“Ricciardo signs a bottle of his DR3 wine for the fan, from yesterday”
Daniel Ricciardo signs a bottle of his DR3 wine for the fan, from yesterday âک؛ï¸ڈ https://t.co/XLR3nEWjGn
“I’m a Danny fan, but what the hell is he wearing?”
“Dating Daniel Ricciardo must be great but I also find it so exhausting because this man is a social butterfly who gets along with everyone and loves to have people around would be dead all the damn time”
Dating Daniel Ricciardo must be great, but I also think it’s so exhausting because this man is a social butterfly who gets along with everyone and loves to be around people. A group of friends of 4? Hell no make it 30… my social battery would be dead the whole frigging time ًںک
Ricciardo is a reserve driver this season after leaving McLaren at the end of the 2022 season.
Red Bull doesn’t move for money – Daniel Ricciardo
Ricciardo will be reserve driver red bull this season. when he decided to take a sabbatical from the sport.
There were also reports that Ricciardo had previously joined Mercedes in a similar role Michael sSchumacher became available. Ricciardo recently said he switched to Red Bull as he was looking for something more familiar to rekindle his love of the sport. He said:
â€œCertainly not the (money). I’ve got all this nonsense, all this mumbo-jumbo behind me. I probably don’t know either, bit of timing. Yes, that’s probably the main thing. Well, not the main thing, but probably there’s a bit of that familiarity that swayed me towards Red Bull a bit. I’ve also bounced around a bit over the last few years so it might be a bit to go back to something familiar, I won’t say easy but in some ways maybe easier.”
The Australian is hoping something interesting will come up in 2024 so he can return to the sport.
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