Daniel Ricciardo rubbished growing rumors in Bahrain that he had signed any sort of agreement with Ferrari for 2019.
Gossip grew louder in Sakhir that the Red Bull drive had signed a letter of intent with the House of Maranello, the basis of which would lead to a contract with the Scuderia for next season.
"I'd have to ask Seb first," said the Honey Badger when queried about the story swirling around Bahrain.
"I swear I haven't signed anything," he told Auto Bild."
Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko agreed: "There have not even been talks between Daniel and Ferrari."
As for Ricciardo's former Red Bull Racing team mate, Sebastian Vettel, the German claims he wouldn't mind teaming up once again with the smiling Aussie.
"We only shared one year together, which wasn't great for me but it was great for him," said Vettel.
"Anyway, I think we get along so I wouldn't mind if we get together again in the future, but I don't know what his plan is," added the German.
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