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Mallya: Pérez didn't put wheel wrong in Austria

– Sergio Pérez put in a mature drive and didn't put a wheel wrong in the Austrian Grand Prix last weekend, Force India Team Principal Vijay Mallya has said.Pérez put in a superb performance, and despite a five-place grid penalty - incurred after that collision with Felipe Massa in Canada - the Mexican battled back to finish in sixth, two places in front of team-mate, Nico Hülkenberg, even though the German had started several places ahead."Checo's race was particularly noteworthy when you consider that he started from P16. It was a very mature drive and he did a fantastic job of looking after the tyres and making an alternative strategy work," Mallya noted."His pace...
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