Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo will be PAID-OFF as McLaren agrees DEAL for new Lando Norris teammate in form of Alpine’s RESERVE driver – Check Out

Formula 1: According to reports, McLaren is set to pay Daniel Ricciardo until the end of his current contract as the team…

Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo will be PAID-OFF as McLaren agrees DEAL for new Lando Norris teammate in form of Alpine’s RESERVE driver - Check Out
Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo will be PAID-OFF as McLaren agrees DEAL for new Lando Norris teammate in form of Alpine’s RESERVE driver - Check Out

Formula 1: According to reports, McLaren is set to pay Daniel Ricciardo until the end of his current contract as the team have agreed to sign Oscar Piastri for the F1 2023 season. The Woking-based F1 team have taken the decision to replace the eight-time Grand Prix winner after a disheartening season. Follow Formula 1 updates on InsideSport.IN

Ricciardo signed an £11m-a-year basic salary package which was due to run till the 2023 season after replacing Carlos Sainz for the 2021 campaign. In any case, reports recommend the 32-year- old is set to get a have amount as a pay-off to end his two-season spell with the British maker, with Piastri set to replace his comrade.

Recently, Daniel Ricciardo opened up and slammed his critics with a message on his Twitter account, stating that he is committed to McLaren till his contract runs out next year and will give his best to accomplish good results in the second half of the 2022 season.

Meanwhile, McLaren have signed Oscar Piastri at first as a reserve driver deal for the 2023 season, with the arrangement to update the 21-year-old with a seat that puts him on the grid one year from now. Nonetheless, that could rely upon when they, at last, concur on a deal for Ricciardo to leave.

Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo will be PAID-OFF as McLaren agrees DEAL for new Lando Norris teammate in form of Alpine’s RESERVE driver - Check Out
Formula 1: Oscar Piastri will reportedly replace Daniel Ricciardo at McLaren.

Ricciardo and McLaren are presently set to open discussions over a result that will see the previous Red Bull star pocket a ‘significant’ aggregate, with McLaren expecting to persuade Ricciardo to end the remaining year of his contract.

Moreover, it is accepted he cares very little about moving into Formula E, where McLaren recently launched a team. With four groups reportedly making an approach for his services for the next season, the fight is on to sign up Ricciardo for the 2023 season.

Piastri looks set to accomplice Norris in the youngest driver line-up on the grid after the 2021 Formula 2 champion disproved ideas he would race for his current group Alpine one year from now.

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