McLaren gives up the only Formula 1 winner since 2012

McLaren plans to cut ties with Daniel Ricciardo, despite the fact that he is under contract with the team until the end of the 2023 Formula 1 season.

“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” This is exactly what is happening at McLaren Formula 1 Team.

We finally know the truth, and this is what many have been expecting all along: McLaren has no plans to continue with Daniel Ricciardo As part of their 2023 driver line-up.

Even after the team, and Ricciardo himself, have stated on multiple occasions that they are committed to each other for the rest of their current contract, which runs until 2023, there has been intense speculation that there are behind-the-scenes moves that could happen. The Woking-based team cut the 33-year-old Australian a year ago.

McLaren reportedly told Ricciardo They plan to replace him with Oscar Biastri in 2023. Biastri is currently working as a reserve driver in the Alps, having previously been part of the organisation’s Drivers’ Academy. He also joined McLaren’s reserve drivers’ pool ahead of the 2022 season.

After the two-time world champion Fernando Alonso has announced that he will move to Aston Martin To replace the four-time world champion, Alpine announced that Piastri would replace him.

Biestry moved to Drag Alex Ballou He denied the press release, stating that he will not actually drive for the team next year.

There were rumors earlier in the summer that Piastre was to be loaned from the Alps to Williams as a replacement for Nicholas Latifibut after Piastri’s message, it became abundantly clear that he wouldn’t save Enstone just by driving the slowest car in the grid.

As it became clear that the second McLaren seat, a seat to which at least six or seven others were seriously associated at some point during “Is Ricciardo really staying?” The stage, his destination was 2023, and this is expected to be officially confirmed in the near future.

Ricciardo has been linked with Alpine as a replacement for Alonso, although Alfa Romeo and Williams are still possibilities.

While Ricciardo’s tenure at McLaren, which began ironically after he left Albin (and then Renault) after the 2020 season, was nothing short of fantastic, he still earned them their only win of the past decade.

Ricciardo headed by McLaren 1-2 – The score is only 1-2 for any team Throughout the 2021 season of 22 races dominated by Mercedes and Red Bull – he kissed his teammate Lando Norris last September at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, giving him his first win since his seventh and final win at Red Bull in May 2018 in Monaco.

McLaren hasn’t won a race since 2012.

Ricciardo finished the season eighth in the drivers’ standings, two places behind Norris in sixth. McLaren finished fourth in the manufacturers’ standings.

This year, Norris sits seventh in the Drivers arrangement With four times as many points as Ricciardo, the seventh-ranked runner-up, finished twelfth. McLaren sits in fifth place in constructor orderfour points behind the Alps Amidst competition that is sure to intensify After these latest developments.