Daniel Ricciardo Car Collection

Daniel Ricciardo


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Daniel Ricciardo Car Collection

Daniel Ricciardo the Aussie driver is revered by many F1 fans for his happy-go-lucky attitude and smiles on & off the race track.

Toyota Hilux

Daniel Ricciardo Toyota Hilux 
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“My first car, a Toyota Hilux, was a gift from my parents. I think they realised that a pick-up is kind of slow.”

He practiced in the Toyota before getting his driver’s license in his father’s Mini Cooper S.

Porsche 911 GT3 RS

Daniel Ricciardo Porsche

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Ricciardo has a property in Monaco where his Porsche 911 GT3 RS lives. This beast of a car is equipped with a phenomenal 513bhp turbo engine that is probably wasted on the tight streets of Monte Carlo.

Aston Martin Vantage

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In 2017 that Ricciardo confirmed, as an Aston Martin Red Bull Racing driver, that he already owned a 2016 Aston Martin Vantage – the V12 version that is. “It’s a cool car”, he said.

Ford F-150 Raptor

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In 2018 the Australian was feeling nostalgic and bought a Ford F-150 Raptor pick-up truck that reminded him of the Toyota Hilux from his early years. If you think the Ford Raptor is awesome, then check out the new Ford Bronco DR Is Not Road Legal, But It Doesnt Have To Be

Renault’s

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Not just any Megane for the Aussie driver who secured Renault’s first podium finish since 2011, but the fastest in the series by far. “When I drive to and from Renault F1 in Oxfordshire, I can choose from a pool of cars. When I’m chilling with my music, I take the Renault Kadjar, an SUV. If I want to have some fun, then I grab the Megane RS,” Ricciardo said.

Porsche 918 Spyder

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The Porsche 918 Spyder was the first car Ricciardo was really proud of, and it’s easy to see why. With 875 horsepower, the Spyder can get from 0 to 100km/h in just 2.6 seconds. Ricciardo likes it, but then again, said:

“Everything feels a bit slow after an F1 car.”

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