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Force India want Perez penalty review

Force India will present new evidence to Formula 1's governing body in an attempt to have Sergio Perez's five-place grid penalty for the Austrian Grand Prix overturned. Perez, 24, was penalised following a last-lap collision with Williams' Felipe Massa in Canada on 8 June. The Mexican was deemed to have illegally changed his line approaching to the first corner, causing the crash. 'We believe we have enough evidence to prove I did nothing wrong,' said Perez. FIA stewards will meet at 08:00 BST on Friday to review the penalty and should they decide the additional evidence requires further investigation, a hearing will be convened after practice on the same day, which Perez and Massa will be...
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