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Smedley: Force India should have retired Pérez

– Rob Smedley, Williams' Head of Performance Engineering, says the Force India team acted recklessly by failing to retire Sergio Pérez's car from the Canadian Grand Prix amid his late-race technical issues.Pérez, who was battling brake and electrical problems at the time, dramatically tangled with Felipe Massa on the run down to the first corner on the final lap of Sunday afternoon's race, leading to a mammoth accident.Reflecting on the situation, Smedley says it was dangerous of his rivals to leave a struggling car on track."I think from about Lap 67 [of 70] – that's when we got the [team radio] transcript but it may have been broadcast earlier – they were talking about...
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