Why drivers shouldn't be managed by friends

Why drivers shouldn't be managed by friends

The saga of Daniel Ricciardo's legal tussle with former advisor Glenn Beavis is a salutory example of why you should always pay attention to the details, especially in a professional relationship, says MARK GALLAGHER

"I'll probably wave at him when I go to lap him next year."

Max Verstappen's response last year to news of Daniel Ricciardo's move to Renault was short, succinct - and, unfortunately for the likeable Australian, decidedly prescient.

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