Q1: "OK Daniel, what's so good about the Hungarian Grand Prix?" Ricciardo: "How long have you got? The Hungarian Grand Prix has a lot going for it. Personally, I love these races in the European summer when you have the high temperatures and – usually – the great weather."
Daniil Kvyat’s route to F1 and to the Infiniti Red Bull Team was in some way trickier than most. For a start, he hails from a part of the world – Bashkortostan in Russia – where motor racing isn’t exactly the top sporting pursuit and where most kids’ sporting interests lie with ice hockey.
KVYAT: “We were really competitive today. The race was really fun – a little crazy with the rain, and I was enjoying myself. The team have done a great job and the car is handling really well. We will keep pushing to improve and move forward over the next few races.”
Infiniti Red Bull Racing driver Daniel Ricciardo has made history by becoming the first of the current Formula One grid to drive the newly redesigned Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit in Mexico City.
With over 150,000 F1 fans along the streets of Mexico City's historic Zocalo Square, Daniel Ricciardo and Carlos Sainz took to the streets in a pair of RB7s to deliver some burn out action for the crowds.