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Max Verstappen conspiracy theory emerges after Sergio Perez's victory

Sergio Perez took an easy victory in Saudi Arabia after his teammate Max Verstappen was forced to race through the pack from 15th place after a mechanical problem forced the Dutchman to retire from qualifying. Eddie Jordan, who founded and owned Jordan Grand Prix from 1991-2005, believes that, “under normal circumstances, Max Verstappen would have won the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. “I think there was an agreement to let Sergio Perez win the race if he had pole and led the race the whole time,” Jordan told OLBG. “What would happen to the team if they didn't let Perez win? If I was Checo, I would not have let Verstappen pass. I think it was agreed that if Verstappen made it to...
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