Aussie driver Ricciardo rates his 2017 F1 season as good
Abu Dhabi: Australian Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo has rated his 2017 Formula One season, in which he won a race in Baku, as good.
"On a personal level, just make sure that I fill in the blanks, I guess. There have been some great races. Obviously, I would love all 20 to be great and not all 20 have been," Ricciardo, who holds the fourth spot in the drivers' standings with 200 points said during a press conference for the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Thursday, reports Efe.
"I think, yeah, for me, just to assess the year once it's all settled and then just try to understand what I could have improved. I'm sure there's on-track stuff, but also off track," Ricciardo said while sitting alongside Germany's Sebastian Vettel and Briton's Lewis Hamilton, who have won four world titles each.
"I give every year a crack, but give next year a proper crack. I mean, between us all we've got eight world titles, so it's pretty good!" Ricciardo joked.