As this week is looking ahead to the Turkish Grand Prix, Renault Sport's Daniel Ricciardo, is expecting far more overtakes compared to last race at Imola GP.
The last time an F1 race on the circuit took place was in 2011 as Sebastian Vettel was the race winner. During that race weekend, Ricciardo drove Jaime Alguersuari's Toro Rosso participating in a wet FP1.
That was his only track experience, however, he's looking forward to driving it for a rull race weekend.
To continue, Renault driver adds, "I can’t wait for Turkey. I’ve only done one session there in Free Practice 1 in 2011 and it was in the wet, so if it’s dry, it’ll basically be a new track for me, It’s an awesome circuit and a lot of fun to drive. It’s going to be pretty cool in a modern Formula 1 car with some fast corners and long periods of time on the throttle."
With two podiums and 95 points in the championship run, Ricciardo has been one of the standout drivers of the 2020 season and is reportedly P4 in the Drivers' Championship standings.
With just a 10-point advantage over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, and Renault Racing Team just one-point ahead of both McLaren and Racing Point in the Constructors' Championship, he would need to retain his good form for the team in the final four races.