Daniel Ricciardo -250 to remain in Formula 1 next year despite having no confirmed drive for 2023

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Daniel Ricciardo -250 to remain in Formula 1 next year despite having no confirmed drive for 2023
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  • Daniel Ricciardo is 71.4% Likely to remain in Formula One next year after McLaren 'mutual termination' was agreed for end of the season
  • Ricciardo +2000 to join the Sky F1 commentary and presentation team in 2023
  • Max Verstappen now -3300 to win the Drivers Championship this year

Daniel Ricciardo is -250 to remain in Formula One next year after McLaren 'mutual termination' was agreed for end of the season

Daniel Ricciardo is expected to stay in Formula One next season judging by the betting odds despite not having a confirmed drive yet.

Betting sites give Ricciardo a -250 chance of remaining in the sport with a drive next year although as time goes by it looks less likely.

The Australian driver announced he was leaving McLaren with a mutual termination of his contract at the end of this season.

Daniel Ricciardo Next Role
Odds Probability
Be a Formula 1 Driver -250 71.4%
Be an Indy Car Driver +400 20.0%
Be a Formula E Driver +500 16.7%
Join the Sky F1 Presentation and Commentary team +2000 4.8%
Join Fox Sports Australia Commentary Team +2800 3.4%
Daniel Ricciardo is as short as -250 to remain in Formula 1 next year despite not yet having a confirmed drive after his departure from McLaren was announced.

Jake Ashton - Formula 1 Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Ricciardo +2000 to join the Sky F1 commentary and presentation team in 2023

Sky Sports F1 has been known for employing former drivers who have quit their roles in recent years and Ricciardo could well be next.

Nico Rosberg is one of the latest former drivers who have worked for the channel, analyzing select races throughout the year for Sky F1.

Danny Ric's fantastic personality would surely make him comfortable in any analysis role for television.

Australia's equivalent in Fox Sports are +2800 to have Ricciardo as part of their commentary team in 2023.

Max Verstappen now -3300 to win the Drivers Championship this year

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen is now just -3300 to win the F1 Drivers Championship this year after another win in Belgium at the weekend.

That win saw Verstappen go 93 points clear at the top of the Championship ahead of teammate Sergio Perez.

Ferrari Driver Charles Leclerc remains second favorite in the betting odds at +1400 despite being 98 points behind in the standings.

Max Verstappen is as short as -3300 to win the F1 Drivers Championship this year after yet another win at the weekend in Belgium.

Jake Ashton - Formula 1 Betting Expert - OLBG.com

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