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Hydraulic leak hinders qualifying at the Hungaroring for Perez

Sergio Perez believes he could have made it through to the top 10 shoot-out in today's Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying session, had his car not suffered a hydraulic leak. The Mexican was only able to complete one run in Q2 and dropped down as other drivers improved later on in the session. He eventually finished in 13th place. 'It was a difficult session with the main issue being the hydraulic leak that affected my car in Q2,' he explained. 'It meant that I was only able to do one run before I had to park in the garage. 'Without this I think we had the potential to reach Q3, especially because we made a good step with the balance this morning. It’s a shame not to maximise our potential...
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