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Red Bull lambast Sergio Perez for ‘unreasonable' performance

Sergio Perez experienced a weekend to forget in Monaco, as he suffered an embarrassing and avoidable incident in qualifying that left him starting the race from the back of the grid. The race didn’t turn out any better, as Perez made contact with Lance Stroll and Kevin Magnussen, as well as colliding with the barriers a number of times, forcing him to pit multiple times. Enduring a nightmare weekend, Perez failed to secure points, only making up four places to finish in P16, while his teammate Max Verstappen took victory and 25 points, extending his championship lead. “Everything went wrong there,” Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko said after the race, claiming that Perez’s crash...
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