Ricciardo Hit With A Ten Place Grid Penalty
Aston Martin Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo’s penultimate Grand Prix for the Milton Keynes based outfit has gotten off to a bad start even before the weekend gets underway.
The Australian who moves to Renault next year retired from the Mexican Grand Prix last time out havong started the race from pole position.
To make matters worse for Ricciardo, his team mate Max Verstappen took victory in the race.
Ricciardo will start Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix ten places back from where he qualifies on Saturday after the team were forced to replace the turbo charger in his Renault engine.