Daniel Ricciardo said McLaren tried a “teamwork” strategy in the Dutch Grand Prix, but it did not play out in the way they had hoped.

The Australian out-qualified Lando Norris on Saturday, but suffered an issue ahead of the race start – he was seen waving his hands out of his car as he appeared not to be able to get into gear before the lights went out.

After some frantic button-pushing on his steering wheel, he managed to fix the problem with seconds to spare before getting under way. But early in the race, there were also puffs of smoke emitting from his exhaust and George Russell reported Ricciardo was spilling oil on the track in the opening laps.

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