Red Bull's Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo prepares to drive out of the garage during the third practice session ahead of the Abu Dhabi Formula One Grand Prix at the Yas Marina circuit on November 25, 2017. / AFP / Andrej ISAKOVIC
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Daniel Ricciardo's season ended with him trundling off the track during Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, a hydraulic failure causing a third retirement in four races.Teammate Max Verstappen recently signed a new deal until the end of 2020, but Ricciardo has yet to commit even though the team wants him to stay.Ricciardo has won five races, all since joining Red Bull in 2014 .Verstappen turned 20 in September, but has already won three F1 races – two in the last six races of this season.This situation puts Ricciardo is in a delicate position.On either team, Ricciardo would be up against four-time F1 champions in Hamilton and Vettel, and would not be the leading driver.When he sat alongside them both at a pre-race news conference last Thursday, Ricciardo joked that the three of them shared eight F1 titles between them.
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