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Daniel Ricciardo initially thought Silverstone's protesters were fans of Max Verstappen.

Daniel Ricciardobroke into the track withSilverstoneon SundayprotestersMaxVerstappen {orange 10} fans by T-shirt.

On the first lap of the British Grand Prix, a group of people protesting global oil usage went straight to Wellington, and the race set a red flag a few seconds before the first car arrived at the protesters. rice field.

Six people were accused of publicly annoying plots after seven arrests by Northamptonshire police on Sunday.

Still, Australian driver Ricciardo spoke to reporters after the race and comically believed that the group was a supporter of Dutch driver Verstappen because of the color of the T-shirt.

"I saw it from the corner of my eyes. I think they were wearing oranges, so I thought they were Max fans," Richard {22. } told.

Later, when he recalled that orange was also the color of his McLaren team, Richard added:

The popular Australian, who finished 13th in Silverstone, had a difficult season in 2022 at the age of 33, so Formula 1 drivers avoided dangers such as groups of people on the track. He said he was talented enough to do. However, the driver admitted that he was not aware of the possibility of protest before the race.

Protesters sit on the Silverstone Track (Helena Hicks / PA).


"I don't know if that will change a lot for us," Ricciardo added. "Obviously, if you find something on the track, it's enough to slow down or avoid all sorts of risks.

" But if you know it in advance, you can do something I don't know if it was, but to be honest, I didn't realize it. "

Richard is now 14th in the drivers standing after 10 races as the F1 heads to Austria this weekend. increase.