So far, while not obviously struggling in the car, Ricciardo has been outperformed by Lando Norris in both of the opening two races, with the young Brit finishing fourth and third to Ricciardos seventh and sixth.
Ricciardo even had to suffer the indignity of being told to allow his teammate, who is 10 years his junior, to overtake him in Sundays race at Imola.
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