Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo will race in his 108th Grand Prix in Brazil.

The penultimate race for Red Bull in which has been one of the best seasons since Sebastian Vettel was in the famous red and blue colours.

Daniel Ricciardo when he sits in the Red Bull Tag Heuer this weekend, in Sao Paulo it will be his 108th F1 start, he said: “The atmosphere at the track in Brazil is pretty unique, a lot of air horns and noise always make for a good crowd.

“As it is near the end of the season we usually do some big team dinners there which means it’s a really sociable race week. It’s up there as one of my top races due to the off track fun, let’s hope the on track action can match it.”

It has been a good year for the 18-year-old Max Verstappen and he will be finish sixth in the Drivers’ Championship:

“I like the track in Brazil, it’s a really special layout with quite a bit of height elevation, and it is anti-clockwise which always adds a bit more fun to the challenge. The track is quite a technical layout, especially sector 2.

“It is strange to think we are heading to Abu Dhabi in just a few weeks’ time, but I’m looking forward to finishing the year on a high and building towards an even stronger 2017, “said Verstappen.

Dominic Rust

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