Daniel Ricciardo is an Italian-Australian racing driver who is currently participating in the Formula One Championship for the McLaren F1 team.
Daniel Ricciardo was born on 1st July 1989 and he made his debut in Formula One in 2011 for the Sauber F1 team. Ricciardo’s driver number is 3 and has won a total of 8 Grand Prix so far in his F1 career.
Well, we have talked about race victories, but what about podiums? With the help of this piece we are going to take a look at the number of podiums he has achieved in his illustrious career so far.
His first ever podium in Formula One came way back in 2014 when he attained third place for the Red Bull team in Barcelona. After his first podium in 2014, he added seven more to his CV during the 2014 season of F1 and took his tally to a total of 8 podiums.
The 2015 season was not as rewarding as 2014 for the Australian and he was only able to manage 2 podiums for the Red Bull team.
Daniel Ricciardo’s podiums from 2016 to 2018
After the disappointment of the 2015 season, Daniel came back as a changed man for 2016 and scored his first podium in Monaco where he finished P2, from there onwards he again showed the form of 2014 and scored another seven podiums, at this stage his total tally was up to 18 podiums.
Danny Ric continued his form during the 2017 season and was able to score an impressive nine podiums for the Red Bull, Ricciardo scored his first podium of 2017 in Barcelona and the last one at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.
The 2018 season was a season to forget for the “Honey Badger” as he had a torrid time behind the wheel of the RB14. The Australian was only able to get on the podium twice for the Red Bull team.
Daniel Ricciardo has a total of 32 podiums to his name in F1
Given the disappointing season he had for the Red Bull team, Ricciardo switched camp for the 2019 season and joined the Renault team which is now known as Alpine.
Daniel scored two podiums for Renault in 2020 and after that during the last season scored a podium for his current team McLaren at the Italian Grand Prix where he also went on to win the race.
Currently, his podium tally is at 32 and during the 2022 season, the Australian would be looking to add a few more to his name.