Former McLaren team manager Jo Ramirez believes Sergio Perez's "very bad" attitude is what cost him his McLaren race-seat.
Perez joined McLaren in 2013 on the back of a stellar season with Sauber. However, his days in Woking were cut short when, after just one season, the team dropped him in favour of Kevin Magnussen.
And although fellow Mexican Ramirez feels Perez had the pace to last at McLaren, he says it was his poor attitude that ultimately cost him.
"As a driver Sergio was actually not bad and I thought he was also getting better but McLaren wanted a new Lewis Hamilton, they wanted a driver who is faster than Jenson Button," Ramirez said in an interview with...
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