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Renault-bound Daniel Ricciardo opens up to Stuart Codling about the highs and lows of life with Red Bull - the team that made him
Regrets - he might have a few.
But as Daniel Ricciardo draws back his lips in that famously broad 1,000-watt grin, it's clear that (in public at least) he won't be sharing any private misgivings about his departure from Red Bull.
Moving teams is a significant point in any driver's career, but when that migration takes them away from a junior programme that's nurtured them virtually since the racing cradle, it's a huge turning point. In the past decade, only Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have done it willingly.
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