Daniel Ricciardo starts F1 Miami Grand Prix 14th, Ferrari on front row

Daniel Ricciardo says he is hoping for more luck in the Miami Grand Prix after a disappointing qualifying session.

Despite looking competitive through the first qualifying session, Ricciardo had a shocker in the second.

He could only manage 14th fastest, blaming issues in the garage before he went out for his flying lap.

The McLaren driver said his lap was compromised because of the delay.

His teammate Lando Norris managed to make it into the third session, qualifying eighth for the race on Monday morning Australian time.

“We’ll hopefully get a bit better run [in the race], with a bit more fortune going our way and keep it going in a good way,” Ricciardo said.


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