Daniel Ricciardo ‘has TWO races to save his career as Red Bull chief Helmut Marko lines up Australian’s replacement

Daniel Ricciardo ‘has TWO races to save his career as Red Bull chief Helmut Marko lines up Australian’s replacement’ after underwhelming start to Formula One season

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The Australian has made a slow start to the new F1 season
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Liam Lawson is reportedly being lined up to replace him

Daniel Ricciardo has been given two races to save his Formula One career, a new report has claimed.

According to the NZ Herald, Red Bull chief Helmut Marko is lining up Kiwi driver Liam Lawson to replace Ricciardo should he fail to deliver positive results at the next two Grand Prix in Japan and China.
Lawson drove Ricciardo’s AlphaTauri when he broke his wrist last year and gave a strong account of himself, leading to calls for the youngster to take the seat full time.

As it was, Red Bull kept their faith in Ricciardo for the drive at their junior team, with the Australian hoping to put together a strong pitch to eventually replace Sergio Perez with the world champions.
But a run of underwhelming performances in which he has been outshone by teammate Yuki Tsunoda has seen the pressure mount on the fan-favourite.

Daniel Ricciardo reportedly has two races to save his Formula One career

The Australian has suffered a poor start to the new Formula One campaign.

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