Ricciardo joked that Netflix was trying to establish a confrontation between itself and Carlos.And attacks, showing so many accidents
Daniel Ricciardo Conducted extensive interviews with “Square Mile” magazine. In it, he tried to dispel his impression of “good boys”. “When I was growing up, I used to listen to an album “Kill with a Smile” (Parkway Drive, 2005), I think it was me. Yes, I have a smile, but I like… I’m not saying that I like killing, but I definitely like hunting“, loose.
Australians rarely talk about the current era of Formula One: “We want to reduce our advantage.” Since he signed with McLaren. Speaking of Renault’s uncertainty, he said: “Yes, I sleep very little at night, but I can’t afford more seasonal adventures.”
An expert in Perth talked about the meaning of driving or all aspects surrounding the race.Just like the Netflix series about F1 “Fight for Survival”. At first, Ricciardo praised her. He said: “The first season was incredible. His performance was amazing. He did a lot for us and the sport.”
However, what happened next has become more critical. “In the second season, there are some plots or episodes I think they are a bit hard,” he started before giving an example with Carlos Sainz. “They tried to establish a confrontation between Sainz and me, but that was not the case. It seems that he is not a competitor than anyone else.He has no personal dissatisfaction, but I think [Netflix] I want something, so there are many questions about Carlos. Maybe no one noticed, but for me, I think everything about him is good. As you may know, there are other people I don’t like, different from Carlos…I mean, He dressed like a 60-year-old man, but it’s okay “, he said sarcastically.
Other aspects of the Grand Circus have a greater impact on the ocean. Due to the repeated occurrence of Romain Grosjean accidents in Bahrain, he has already expressed his discomfort in 2020. Still on that line. “I think that F1 launched their social media last year, such as ’10 best times of the year’ or something similar, eight out of ten are accidents. My feeling at the time was: “They are idiots.” Maybe 12-year-old kids want to watch this kind of content, which is great because they don’t know anything, but we are not kids. Guys, do better. Do better than that,” he launched an attack.