Charles Leclerc says it is “bad news” for Ferrari if his Italian GP win is a sign that Daniel Ricciardo has rediscovered his mojo.

Bouncing back from a disappointing start to his McLaren career, Ricciardo bagged his first front row grid slot with his new team at Monza, starting P2 alongside Max Verstappen.

The Aussie vowed to attack and that’s exactly what he did, out-dragging Verstappen to the first corner to take the lead, and ultimately take the win.

It was Ricciardo’s first P1 since 2018 with the 32-year-old jokingly saying he has “just been a sandbagging S.O.B the whole year”.

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