Daniel Ricciardo and Mark Webber hold talks after Oscar Piastri steals McLaren seat

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“It’s nothing personal, so that’s all the conversation was. I truly do wish him well, I want him to have a good run in F1. If there’s no communication you never know what someone is feeling or thinking.”

Revealing there were no ‘hard feelings’ between the pair, Ricciardo went on: “He’s a lot younger than me, I don’t know how he feels, if he is nervous to reach out and see how I am doing.

“I wanted to make sure that it was clear that I understand his position – and absolutely no hard feelings. I think it made him feel better, I think the last thing he wanted was to have some weird tension between a few of the only Australians in the sport.”

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