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The next dominoes that could fall in the F1 driver market

Following Daniel Ricciardo’s return to a Formula 1 race seat at AlphaTauri in place of the ousted Nyck de Vries, who could be the next key movers in the driver market?

Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull/AlphaTauri return at Formula 1’s 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix represents the first act of this year’s driver market shake-up.

Although there are few impending contracts expiring among the big-hitting squads, other than the ongoing rumblings of Lewis Hamilton’s new Mercedes deal, Ricciardo’s reappearance demonstrates once again how quickly things can change if there is sufficient drive from the parties involved.

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