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Perez penalty upheld

The FIA has ruled that Sergio Perez will lose five-places on the grid this weekend in Austria after re-examining the incident that occurred between the Mexican and Felipe Massa at the end of the Canadian Grand Prix. Perez's team, Force India, requested a review after what it has described as the emergence of 'new elements'. The original stewards' decision in Montreal was reached despite neither driver being present as they were being checked over in hospital. Both attended the new hearing, but the stewards opted to merely rubber stamp the verdict reached earlier this month. “The driver of Car 11 [Perez] contended that the new elements(s) evidenced that in defending his position he was...
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