Daniel Ricciardo will not race for Red Bull at the Bathurst 12 Hours

A group of Red Bull Racing let go Daniel Ricciardo Bathurst is home for a demonstration in 12 hours. The team has enlisted the services of AlphaTauri and Red Bull Racing reserve driver Liam Lawson.

The 12 Hours of Bathurst takes place at the Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, Australia. from McLaren Ricciardo has been brought into the team as a reserve driver and the Australian was expected to give these kinds of demonstration runs right, but that honor goes to Lawson.

Lawson is loved

The New Zealander drove several practice sessions for both teams last season and has competed in the Young Driver Test for the past two years. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. As Ricciardo takes up his new position as the third driver at Red Bull, he has been praised for a role that allows him to continue business operations. The Australian has long wanted to compete in the prestigious mountain circuit, but had to wait for the opportunity.

Liam Lawson

“I’m really excited,” says Lawson. “I’ve never been to Bathurst before and it will be my first time. It’s a track I’ve done a lot of on SimRacing and iRacing. It’s a great series to come from New Zealand Supercars and I grew up watching, especially the Bathurst 1000. It’s always one of the biggest events I’ve ever known.” The reserve driver explains.



May Lawson did the trick in the RB7 (Car Sebastian Vettel champion in 2011), which is extra special. “I’m happy to finally tackle the hill – in the RB7 – I’ve driven once and it was one of the best experiences of my life. I’m really happy to have that opportunity again. I think it’s going to be really cool because it’s a unique place and to see the reaction of the fans to the car,” Lawson said.

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