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Perez not satisfied with first day in Monaco: "Will be a challenge"

Sergio Perez was faster than teammate Max Verstappen on mediums in the first free practice session, but a few hours later the roles were reversed on softs. While Max Verstappen was the fastest of everyone, the Mexican himself did not get beyond seventh place. The difference: more than half a second. So Perez is not completely satisfied with his first day in Monaco. Article continues under ad Whereas Verstappen was going in the right direction with his set-up of the car, that was reversed for Perez. "It was not a great day today in terms of the pace of the car," Perez sulked at F1TV. "FP1 went slightly better than FP2. We have enough things to do and try to get the best...
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