Why Ricciardo and Renault is about more than money

Why Ricciardo and Renault is about more than money

Daniel Ricciardo made his name in Formula 1 as a free-talking, free-spirited, perma-grinning exhibitionist at Red Bull, but how has life changed now he's paid big bucks to be front and centre in F1 for one of the world's largest car manufacturers? STUART CODLING joined him in the south of France to find out

Flags bearing the tricolour of France and the logos of the French Grand Prix flap and stretch taut in the stiff breeze blowing in off the Mediterranean.

High above the bustling Promenade des Anglais, one of the most famous and evocative seafronts in the nation, the sun is engaged in a protracted arm-wrestle with a particularly large and fluffy cumulus cloud whose bovine pace stands in stark contrast to the force of the breeze.

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