The Australian is about to be absent from the F1 grid for the primary time in over a decade subsequent season along with his spot at McLaren going to countryman Oscar Piastri.
He is likely to land a top reserve driver role for 2023, having already been linked to each Mercedes and Purple Bull Racing, and stays hopeful of returning to a race seat in 2024.
Whereas an F1 reserve driver position is Ricciardo’s precedence for 2023, race begins in different classes aren’t off the desk fully.
Requested in Brazil if he would contemplate a one-off begin in one other collection, with Supercars used as the precise instance, Ricciardo stated he would contemplate it – so long as it could profit his bid to return to an F1 race seat.
“I assume I would like to attend to see the place I land subsequent 12 months,” he stated.
“Clearly I am speaking about doubtlessly a reserve position or no matter. Fact is, I have never agreed to something or signed something but.
“Then it involves a query of, what am I allowed to do, is one factor, however finally, if I really feel possibly doing a one-off will profit me, and hold me sharp or no matter.
“Then it is one thing I will doubtlessly look into.
Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren, talks to the press
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“However I am type of like, F1 is so completely different to possibly a touring automotive or one thing, that I do not know if it’s going to type of distance me extra. So that is what I would want to work out.
“So yeah, powerful. I do not wish to say no but to something. However ideally, I might get some days in an F1 automotive versus attempting to, for instance, get a seat some place else.”
Ricciardo has twice sampled Supercars , his first expertise in Triple Eight’s ‘Sandman’ wagon, earlier than an outing in Rick Kelly’s manufacturing unit Nissan Altima at Calder Park in 2019.
On the time he stated a future Bathurst 1000 begin was a “50-50”, the subject of a Bathurst cameo later rearing its head when he joined McLaren.
That was by means of the hyperlink between McLaren and Walkinshaw Andretti United, which is co-owned by Zak Brown.
The Supercars guidelines enable groups to discipline one-off entries on the majority of occasions all through the season, making a Ricciardo cameo at the least possible.