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2022 will be ‘different' for Perez – Horner

Aug.28 Sergio Perez will be in a 'completely different' situation when he re-emerges in Red Bull's all-new 2022 car next year. That is the view of Christian Horner, after announcing that the Mexican driver has been re-signed for a second year as Max Verstappen's teammate. There had been speculation Perez could lose his seat after struggling to get fully up to speed with Verstappen, despite his vast experience. 'This car is very nervous at the corner entry, as Max likes it,' Red Bull team boss Horner said. 'Pierre (Gasly) and Alex (Albon) had problems with that, but Checo is understanding how to handle this car now. 'Next year, everything will be completely different. We expect the new...
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