Oscar Piastri will join McLaren on a multiyear deal in 2023 after Formula One's contracts board ruled in his favor and against Alpine
Ricciardo announced that he has agreed to leave McLaren by mutual consent at the end of this year, cutting short his original three-year contract.
Jehan Daruvala Interview: 'With McLaren test, I realised my childhood dream of driving a Formula 1 car'
Jehan, whose junior racing record is best ever for any Indian, became only the fourth Indian to drive a Formula 1 car - and still remains India’s brightest hope to race in Formula 1.
The 23-year-old Indian driver completes over 130 laps around Silverstone and is now eligible for a F1 super license.
Jehan Daruvala, currently in the third position in the Formula 2 Drivers' Championship, will be testing the world championship-winning constructor's MCL35M car at the Silverstone circuit in England.
Formula 1 2022: McLaren's Norris tops scrappy third and final practice ahead of Sunday's Australian GP
In a session in which Sebastian Vettel slammed into a wall, Britain's Lando Norris posted a blistering one minute 19.117 seconds around Melbourne's Albert Park, 0.132 ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.
The 22-year-old was a test and reserve driver for the team in 2017 and 2018 before securing a full-time seat in 2019.
The McLaren Group was said to have attracted interest from German carmakers Audi and BMW, with the former said to be keen on making an entry into F1.
Verstappen complained on team radio that Hamilton was a "stupid idiot" and never seemed to recover his poise, ending the session eighth fastest.
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McLaren driver Lando Norris took pole after timing his final fast lap to perfection, in the dying seconds of the session after switching to slick tires as the racing line dried.
The British GP will go ahead in front of 140,000 fans around the Silverstone track.
Euro 2020: McLaren driver Lando Norris ‘shaken’ after expensive watch gets stolen outside Wembley post-final
Norris was robbed of the Richard Mille watch, worth a reported £40,000 ($55,000), as he approached his McLaren supercar following the dramatic penalty shoot-out on Sunday.
Born in Paris, Ojjeh bought into McLaren in 1984 and with former partner Ron Dennis established it as one of the major forces in F1.
Formula 1 2021: Max Verstappen makes most of Charles Leclerc's Monaco GP misery to take championship lead
Carlos Sainz for Ferrari took second with Lando Norris of McLaren completing the podium. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton had a low key weekend, qualifying in seventh and finishing in seventh.
The 21-year-old English driver goes into this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix in the fourth spot in the world championship.
Formula 1 2021: 'It was alright,’ says Max Verstappen after topping Friday’s practice sessions ahead of Bahrain GP
The Red Bull driver outpaced nearest rival Norris, in his Mercedes-powered McLaren, by 0.095 seconds and Hamilton by slightly more than two-thirds.
He added that he would not be keen to offer Hamilton a return to McLaren next year because he was building the team for the future with Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo.
Apart from having a 0-100 kph time of three seconds, the McLaren Artura also has a pure-electric range of 30 kilometres.