Daniel Ricciardo has said he was “bitter” in the past about not having a World title to his name, but time has given him perspective about it.

The McLaren driver took his eighth Formula 1 victory at Monza, but has largely struggled this season up against Lando Norris on the other side of the garage.

His move to Renault proved to be unfruitful for him, and he is still largely running in the upper end of the midfield with his current team, meaning he has not been able to challenge at the front on a regular basis.

However, where he admitted he would have been angrier at this outcome before, he does not feel that leaving Formula 1 without a title now will count as a “failure” – but becoming World Champion is still very much his aim.

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