F1 » Ricciardo: I need to be more aggressive

New Toro Rosso signing Daniel Ricciardo has admitted that he will need to be a little more forceful on track in 2012.

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JJJ - Unregistered

December 28, 2011 4:03 PM

Well I didn't see it. Liuzzi mostly had the better of Ricciardo except for when he had a bunch of electrical/hydraulic issues with the car. It's maybe true that Algy and Buemi weren't exceptional drivers in F1 but I see no reason why Vergne and Ricciardo should be any better. I saw a bunch of races in WSBR and while they both did ok there, there wasn't anything exceptional like scything through the field from the back or obliterating the competition in the wet or qualifying miles better than their teammates that made you think 'wow, this guy really has some skills'. I guess we'll already get a good indication if they'll ultimately prove me wrong next year though.


December 28, 2011 7:27 PM

@ Taipan, out of topic but might interest you, never seen before clip that shows the true colours of some team bosses and the reason/s behind their actions, go to total fi com and see a furious marko.


December 29, 2011 1:24 AM

Thanks for that Sunny, Marko didn't seem too impressed by him did he? and only during a practice session, if JA had done that to SV in a race HM might have stabbed him! Does this help explain JA's departure from STR?

Matt - Unregistered

December 29, 2011 2:56 AM

@ SS - Funny clip, makes me wonder why Webber wasn't sacked in 2010 for challenging the "Chosen One" and trying to win the WDC against Helmut's wishes LOL !!!


December 29, 2011 5:54 PM

That day in Korea was the day Algiersuari's wings were cut (ABC newspaper).
Marco turned to Tost and said, That's not acceptable “Algiersuari's holding up Vettel) and walked away with Tost in tow.

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