The F1 circus rolls into town at Austria’s Red Bull Ring this weekend — but how do you drive the circuit?
Red Bull Racing’s current top rider Ricciardo puts his car through its paces on the track and talks us through its flowing corners.
The Austrian Grand Prix will cover 58 laps of the 5.303km circuit, starting at 1600 local time on Sunday.
The lap record is currently held by Michael Schumacher from 2004 who managed a lap in just 1:24.125.
Nico Rosberg will be hoping it will be another victory for him so he can extend his points lead on team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
Rosberg is currently on 141 points while Hamilton sits at 117.
Watch as Australian Ricciardo takes us on board for a hot lap of the circuit. Hopefully the weather at the actual race will be better than it was for his lap.
Could you drive it better?