Daniel Ricciardo is hoping for another point finish at the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday.
The Aussie driver, 32, finished fourth last time out at the Sochi Autodrom when he scored 12 points to climb into the F1 position.
And when it comes to getting on the property ladder, things are not going so badly with “The Honey Badger”.
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Ricciardo already owns an apartment in Monte Carlo as well as a magnificent home in his home country of Perth.
In 2018, he added this stunning mansion to his Los Angeles real estate portfolio after visiting the United States in 2014, which Realtor.com shared the photos of.
The McLaren essay revealed that the town “immediately resonated with me” when he visited his cousin who lives there.
“The weather, when I have the beaches close by, I feel like you can escape the madness of it all,” he said. The Western Australian.
He paid as much as 10 million pounds (18.6 million AUD) for a home in Beverly Hills, which is an updated 1960s.
The huge property has five luxury bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms as well as a two-door garage.
The master suite fills most of the second floor of the home – ideal for the bachelor lifestyle Ricciardo lives.
It boasts a glassy bedroom with seating area and fireplace, a walnut cupboard and a master bath with wood and stone accents, double vanities and a spacious bathtub.
Outside the bedroom is a massive outdoor deck – perfect for relaxing on sun loungers.
The incredible residence also offers a unique view of the Pacific Ocean and Coldwater Canyon.
To take advantage of the California sunshine, the house offers a large patio for entertaining guests as well as a sun deck and a pool and jacuzzi.
The stylish excavation also has a modern kitchen, equipped with Miele appliances, and includes a fridge below zero.
When the F1 season ends, Ricciardo reportedly prefers to spend his summer months in Los Angeles.
And when one lives in such a home, it is easy to see why.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission