Some of Daniel Ricciardo's best moments have occurred when he came back through the field. Last year's Chinese Grand Prix was a prime example of this. He says even though he'll be starting further down the grid, he won't be quiet on race day.
"You will see more of me than you are used to. The chance to start at the front is small so I will catch up because more cars start in front of me. I see no reason to restrain myself," Ricciardo told motorsport.com.
Renault is in the middle of a five-year plan and is aiming to move closer to the big three teams in 2019. Ahead of his home Grand Prix, the Australian confirms he'll play his part in this.
"With this, I remain relevant and I push the team forward," he concludes.