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Perez not expecting many surprises in Monaco

Force India driver Sergio Perez is expecting the pecking order to remain the same at this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. The Mexican finished ninth at the last race in Spain, after all 11 teams fitted their first major upgrade packages. Mercedes pulled further ahead of Red Bull Racing, while both Force India cars finished behind the Williams of Valtteri Bottas, the two Ferrari drivers and Romain Grosjean in the Lotus. The next race takes place around the streets of Monte Carlo. It is one of his favourite tracks. 'It’s a big challenge and I have always believed it’s a circuit where ‎the driver can really make a difference,' he said. 'So you always have the chance to do something special...
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