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Penalty tempers Perez delight

Sergio Perez said he was very pleased to rise through the field to finish sixth in the Austrian Grand Prix but that the result was soured by his grid penalty. Following the clash with Felipe Massa in Canada, Perez was hit with a five-place grid penalty which Force India failed to get revoked despite a new hearing in to the incident on Friday. Focusing on the race itself, Perez said he was pleased to pull off am ambitious strategy having run very long on the soft tyres early on to gain track position. “Today we got a very positive result for the team, especially considering where we started the afternoon,” Perez said. “When you start in 16th (15th after Romain Grosjean started from...
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