In a sport where only one person can achieve the ultimate goal every year, Daniel Ricciardo says it is “scary” to think about leaving F1 without a World title.

But, he adds, only if that is one’s entire “life’s work”.

At 32 years of age Ricciardo has a few more years in, maybe even as much as a decade, left to achieve the goal of winning a Drivers’ Championship title.

He has twice been third in the standings, although in both 2014 and 2016 he was well over a 100 points adrift of the championship-winning Mercedes driver.

Now with McLaren he is back to winning races, P1 at last year’s Italian Grand Prix, but that doesn’t mean a title is in his future.

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