Daniel Ricciardo was the man on the spotlight today at Silverstone as he was given the chance to drive Infiniti Red Bull Racing.

Daniel_Ricciardo-Toro_RossoIn the morning season Ricciardo topped the time sheets in his Toro Rosso and in the afternoon he jumped in the sister RB9 but things did not go as planned for him as he ended in the gravel trap after losing control at Luffield, and with it forcing a red flag but he still managed to set the 3rd time of the day in the Red Bull car.

Splitting the Ricciardo’s times was Carlos Sainz Junior who was second fastest in the Toro Rosso which he took over from Ricciardo in the afternoon.

Pos.DriversTeamsTimeLaps
01.Australia Daniel RicciardoItaly Scuderia Toro Rosso1:32.97249
02.Spain Carlos Sainz JrItaly Scuderia Toro Rosso1:33.01639
03.Australia Daniel RicciardoAustria Infiniti Red Bull Racing1:33.18759
04.Italy Davide ValsecchiUnited Kingdom Lotus F1 Team1:33.55491
05.United Kingdom Oliver TurveyUnited Kingdom Vodafone McLaren Mercedes1:33.86497
06.United Kingdom James CaladoIndia Sahara Force India1:33.95747
07.Portugal Antonio Felix Da CostaAustria Infiniti Red Bull Racing1:33.95819
08.Italy Davide RigonItaly Scuderia Ferrari1:34.05397
09.Venezuela Pastor MaldonadoUnited Kingdom Williams F1 Team1:34.11671
10.Deutschland Nico HulkenbergSwitzerland Sauber F1 Team1:34.22452
11.Spain Daniel JuncadellaUnited Kingdom Williams F1 Team1:34.63133
12.Netherland Robin FrijnsSwitzerland Sauber F1 Team1:34.73117
13.United Kingdom Will StevensMalaysia Caterham F1 Team1:36.08298
14.United Kingdom Paul di RestaIndia Sahara Force India1:36.35641
15.Venezuela Rodolfo GonzalesRussia Marussia F1 Team1:37.94992

Image: Toro Rosso