As reports continue to link IndyCar drivers to his McLaren seat, Daniel Ricciardo concedes he doesn’t “have 10 more” years in him.

Ricciardo joined McLaren last season, his third team in four years as the Aussie chased a potential championship-winning car.

Swapping from Red Bull to Renault to McLaren, he has instead had to watch as his former Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen won the 2021 Drivers’ title ahead of Lewis Hamilton.

But while Ricciardo clinched McLaren’s only race win that same season, the 32-year-old’s future with the Woking team is by no means secure.

This season marks the second and last year on his current deal with reports claiming he will be offered a third for 2023 but that could be it.

Continue Reading on