Daniel Ricciardo, an Italian-Australian Formula One driver, appears to have confirmed he is in a relationship with Heidi Berger, who is said to be his girlfriend.
Recent pictures Ricciardo posted to his millions of Instagram followers show that he and his girlfriend are enjoying their vacation in the US and don’t seem to care what’s going on in the rest of the world. On this page you will learn about Heidi Berge, who is probably Daniel Ricciardo’s girlfriend.
Heidi Berger is the daughter of the former F1 legend
Charlotte Heidi Corvo Berger, also known as Heidi Berger, was born on April 4, 1997. She is 25 years old and wants to be an actress. Her parents are Portuguese model Ana Corvo and 10-time Grand Prix winner Gerhard Berger. During his 14 years in Formula 1, her father was known to drive for Ferrari and McLaren.
That the daughter of a former Formula 1 driver is dating Ricciardo was just a rumor until the Australian’s Instagram post and Heidi’s own post confirmed it.
Heidi Berger posted a video of the two hiking and told people on social media that “Heidi was taken out of her comfort zone.” The 25-year-old is a New York University student and reportedly wants to be an actress.
Heidi graduated from high school in 2014, Berger went to London to study theater for a year before taking on various roles in Portugal. In an interview with CARAS, Heidi said that in order to make her dream of becoming an actress come true, she had to leave her home in Monaco for Libson.
Heidi Berger and Daniel Ricciardo have been together for 8 years.
How old is she?
Daniel Ricciardo, who is with Heidi Berger, is eight years older than her. Heidi was born in 1997 but Daniel was born in 1989. Multiple sources say the two have been dating since 2019. But people found out about their long-kept secret when they were spotted shopping in New York ahead of the 2021 US GP.
Heidi Berger was born on April 4, 1997. Her boyfriend Daniel is eight years older than her. People told many people that the couple had been riding in a helicopter together.
Another report confirmed that the two had traveled to Austria to celebrate Daniel’s 32nd birthday when rumors spread that they were dating. Also, the couple has been spotted in different places while on vacation.
Heidi Berger Gerhard Berger’s parents are Ava Corvo and Gerhard Berger
Gerhard Berger, Heidi Berger’s father, is one of the most respected drivers in Formula 1. He was in Formula 1 for 14 years, racing for both McLaren and Ferrari. In 1988 and 1994 he finished third overall for Ferrari.
Gerhard was born on August 27, 1959 and is an Austrian citizen. In 2022 he will be 62 years old. In 1995 Gerhard married the Portuguese actress Ana Corvo. And in 1997, Heidi came into the family as the second child.
Sara Maria Berger, Heidi’s older sister, was born on October 7, 1995, the same day her parents got married. Sarah will be 26 years old in 2022. The Berger children grew up together while their parents took care of them.
Ana Corvo was born in Portugal and was formerly the wife of Gerhard Berger. She is a well-known model who has shone on the catwalk for many years. The former Portuguese model divorced Gerhard in 2013 after filing two lawsuits, one in Monaco and the other in Kufstein.
Heidi Berger’s net worth as of 2022
Multiple sources say that Heidi Berger, a Portuguese-Austrian TV actress, has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She earns most of her money from her acting and modeling jobs, which are getting better and better.
Heidi has acted in a number of films and TV shows, so she may have built a small fortune over the course of her career. With a bright future ahead of her as an actress, it wouldn’t surprise us to see her net worth and bank account grow in the years to come.
Berger has appeared in more than 100 episodes of Anica Mulher, a Portuguese TV show. Heidi plays the character of Nono in the show. Most of the roles she’s had in films have been small, so maybe her paychecks have been small, but it’s clear that they’ve helped increase her net income.
life at home
Daniel Joseph Ricciardo was born on July 1, 1989 in Perth, Western Australia to Italian and Australian parents. Giuseppe “Joe” Ricciardo, his father, was born in Ficarra (Messina) but moved to Australia with his family when he was seven years old. Grace, Ricciardo’s mother, was born in Australia but her parents were from Casignana (Calabria). Michelle is Ricciardo’s sister. Ricciardo grew up in Duncraig, one of Perth’s northern suburbs. His father raced at nearby Barbagallo Raceway in Wanneroo when he was young. He attended Newman College for high school. He started karting at the age of 9.
Ricciardo says his last name “Ricardo” (/rkrdo/), not “Rit-tchar-do” ([rittar.do]), as it is called in Italy. He says that’s how he and his family said it growing up in Australia. People often call him “the honey badger,” alluding to his way of running. “It is said to be the animal with the least fear. When you look at him he seems cute and cuddly, but if someone trespasses his territory in a way he doesn’t like, he turns into a savage and hunts everything, even tigers and pythons, but he’s a good guy.” Ricciardo chose the number 3 as his race number because he grew up a fan of NASCAR Cup Series driver Dale Earnhardt.
Ricciardo is a West Coast Eagles fan of the Australian Football League. In 2015 and 2016 he bought the most tickets for the team. He is also very fond of UFC.
Ricciardo started karting at the age of nine. He joined the Tiger Kart Club (TKC) and competed in many karting events. In 2005 he drove a 15-year-old Van Diemen in the Western Australian Formula Ford Championship. At the end of the season he was in eighth place. At the end of the season, Ricciardo hired a 13-year-old Van Diemen and drove it to Melbourne’s Sandown Raceway to compete in the Formula Ford National Series. However, his old car wasn’t fast enough and he finished 16th, 17th and retired from all three races over the weekend.
The 3rd formula
Ricciardo’s first Formula 3 race was at the Nürburgring in the middle of the 2008 season when he switched to the SG Formula Formula 3 Euro Series team. Although Ricciardo had only raced briefly, he qualified eighth for the first race. After James Jakes and Christian Vietoris got stuck on the grid, he moved up to sixth place in the race. But the reverse race was tough for him and he finished fifteenth.
For the 2009 season, Ricciardo switched to the British Formula 3 Championship and drove for Carlin Motorsport.
Ricciardo continued working with Carlin by driving with the team to the Macau Grand Prix.
Formula Renault 3.5 series
Ricciardo at the Circuit Paul Ricard Formula Renault 3.5 Series 2011
Ricciardo was signed by Tech 1 on October 30, 2009 to participate in the 2010 season. In 2009 he drove with the team at the Autódromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal. Brendon Hartley, who also drove for Tech 1 during the season, was his teammate.
Ricciardo missed the second test of the 2010 season because of a minor accident he had while riding his mountain bike. However, in the first race of the season in Alcaiz, Spain, he won both races. In the races he took third and second place and thus led the championship standings. Two weeks later, at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, Ricciardo was put in last place for allegedly slowing down other drivers. In the next two races he finished 13th and 5th. In the fifth race he was second until many of the front runners were penalized for violating pre-race parc ferme rules. A week later, in Monte Carlo, Ricciardo claimed his third pole position of the season, finishing three tenths of a second ahead of championship rival Stefano Coletti. At the next race he beat Coletti by a point and took his first win. Ricciardo won again at the Hungaroring and the Hockenheimring, both times very strongly. Tech 1 Team boss Simon Abadie was delighted with Daniel Ricciardo’s performance after his sixth pole in 12 races. He told Autosport reporter Peter Mills: “I really hope Daniel wins the championship.”
Ricciardo had a spectacular accident with polesitter Jon Lancaster in the first race at Silverstone. The accident sent Ricciardo into a barrel roll and he landed on his wheels. His race was over after the crash and his teammate Jean-Éric Vergne won after other riders were disqualified. Ricciardo took pole for the second race of the weekend and led the rest of the field by up to three seconds for most of the race. However, Tech 1 racer Esteban Guerrieri was able to overtake him on the last lap due to problems with his brakes in the second half of the race.
Ricciardo was just three points behind championship leader Mikhail Aleshin and 13 points ahead of Esteban Guerrieri going into the final race of the season. Ricciardo won the race from start to finish, setting the fastest lap and taking first place with one race to go. This was his eighth pole position this season. Ricciardo started the second race of the weekend from second on the grid. He was able to hold that position until the pit stops when two of his competitors, including his teammate Vergne, passed him. Aleshin passed Ricciardo when there were only two laps left and he was struggling to keep up. Ricciardo did not win the title in his freshman year because he finished second and Mikhail Aleshin won by just two points.
Before joining HRT in 2011, Ricciardo raced for ISR Racing.