Daniel Ricciardo will join Red Bull as their third driver for the 2023 Recipe One season, the Australian rejoining with the group he dashed for somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2018 and with whom he scored seven thousand prix triumphs.
Ricciardo was dropped by McLaren toward the finish of this season and couldn’t get a full-time race seat with a cutthroat group for the following year. He was anxious to keep a job inside F1 and will presently join the title holder Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez at Red Bull. The 33-year-old will partake in testing, test system work and business obligations.
Carlos Sainz has given his Ferrari #55. “The S of my most memorable name resembles a 5 as is the S of my last name, so that makes #55”. Besides, the #5 is his #1 number, yet that was at that point taken by Sebastian Vettel. With this self-designed word game he came to #55.
George Russell utilizes #63. With some imagination, 63 can likewise be perused as GR, which are the initials of the Mercedes driver.
Others see it as GB, which represents Incredible England.
Valtteri Bottas races with #77. The Finn, similar to a few different drivers, needed the fortunate number seven. Nonetheless, this number was at that point taken by his countryman Kimi Raikkonen. Bottas thusly picked #77, which he astutely applied to his own product with the logo Bo77as.
Oscar Piastri has declared he will run the #81 in F1, having utilized the number irregularly in his lesser profession. Beginning with #11 while karting in Australia, Piastri changed to #81 as an opponent previously had his past race number as he ascended the karting stepping stool. At the point when he began contending in Europe he utilized a wide range of numbers however gotten back to #81 while contending in both English F4 and the Equation Renault Northern European Cup.
At present both Nyck de Vries and Logan Sargeant have not affirmed what race numbers they will use in their freshman F1 crusades.
Which race numbers can’t be utilized in Equation 1?
Equation 1 drivers can’t pick to utilize the number 17. Jules Bianchi was utilizing this number at the hour of his serious mishap at Suzuka in 2014. He later capitulated to wounds from that accident. As a recognition, the F1 association chose to pull out this race number.
How long is a driver qualified for a F1 beginning number?
A driver who leaves F1 can in any case involve his old number for as long as two years if there should be an occurrence of a potential rebound. During this period the number can’t be utilized by another driver. For instance, Fernando Alonso could return after his shortfall of two seasons and pick #14 once more, which is the reason Alexander Albon could take #23 once more and Nico Hulkenberg with #27. At the point when a driver returns after a more drawn out nonattendance, he should pick another beginning number.
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