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Perez sure he has more to come

Sergio Perez says there is more to come from him at Force India after taking his first podium for the team in Bahrain.In an action-packed race, Perez held off Daniel Ricciardo's charging Red Bull late on to finish third behind the two Mercedes. However, with the result coming in only his third race for Force India following his switch from McLaren, Perez says he feels he has still not fully settled in to the team and will be able to deliver even better performances when he does.“I think there is more to come,” Perez said when asked by Crash.net if he felt he was fully settled. “It's only my third race with the team. Also I signed with Force India very late so my adaptation has been a...
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