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Pérez certain further strong results to come

– Force India driver Sergio Pérez is confident that the second half of the Formula 1 season will yield further sizeable points hauls for himself and the team.The Mexican battled through the field to finish sixth at the recent Austrian Grand Prix, marking his fourth top 10 result in six races.And given the consistency his team has displayed, he reckons there is much more to come as the campaign develops."In the last few events I've done really well, apart from Monaco, where we didn't have the opportunity," said Pérez."We're getting there, but it's just unfortunate that we've been unlucky. In Montreal, for example, we were close to winning the race."I'm sure we...
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