Despite defending Sergio Perez's erratic Japanese GP weekend, Martin Whitmarsh says he is no "tearing rush" to re-sign his driver.
Perez's weekend at the Suzuka circuit began with a heavy crash in FP2, which he admitted was his mistake, and ended with a P15 in Sunday's race after an incident with Nico Rosberg.
The Mercedes driver branded the 23-year-old's move as "dangerous" after the two collided, resulting in a puncture for Perez.
Whitmarsh, though, has downplayed his driver's issues, saying he has also "raced very well."
He explained to Autosport: "A lot of people had problems - it is that sort of circuit.
"With the incident on Friday, I think we...
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