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Fuel System Issues Force Perez to Sidelines

Sahara Force India endured a day of mixed emotions on the opening day of the Malaysian Grand Prix as Nico Hulkenberg  finished mid-field while team-mate Sergio Perez struggled with limited running. Hulkenberg completed a total of 53 laps over the two sessions and was happy with what the team had managed to achieve in the opening practice sessions. 'I think we can be satisfied with what we learned today. We worked through the programme and there were no big issues on my side. 'Of course, the hot weather here means conditions are tough and we found that tyre management during the long run was quite challenging. It’s even more difficult this year because there is more wheelspin with these...
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