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Daniel Ricciardo celebrates his 33rd birthday like a proud Aussie with a crafted SHOEY cake ahead of British Grand Prix Australian F1 driver Daniel Ricciardo celebrated his 33rd birthday on Friday McLaren presented him with a 'shoey' cake ahead of the British Grand Prix Ricciardo is quietly confident he can snare a podium finish at the Silverstone track after a year where he struggled for form and with his machine

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Daniel Ricciardo has celebrated his 33rd birthday in style, with a shoey cake presented to the F1 star ahead of the British Grand Prix this weekend.

McLaren uploaded two images on Twitter, showing the larrikin Aussie loving the cheeky gesture from his team.

Ricciardo popularised the victory celebration where he pours champagne or beer into his sweaty boot and then takes a deep swig.  

The cake from team officials also featured a honey badger - the animal that is also Ricciardo's nickname - poking its head out.

Daniel Ricciardo has celebrated his 33rd birthday in style, with a shoey cake (pictured) presented to the F1 star ahead of the British Grand Prix this weekend

Daniel Ricciardo has celebrated his 33rd birthday in style, with a shoey cake (pictured) presented to the F1 star ahead of the British Grand Prix this weekend

Attention now turns to trackside at Silverstone, where the Perth born driver is gunning for a podium finish.

Ricciardo posted the ninth fastest time at Friday's practice session but stressed patience is key this weekend from McLaren.

'It was OK,' Ricciardo said when reflecting on his first hit-out on the track.

'In the morning

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