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Sergio Perez's father refuses to back down from massive Red Bull claim

Sergio Perez's father is convinced that his son was signed by Red Bull to finish 'second place', rather than compete with reigning World Champion Max Verstappen. Perez's father made the comments following last weekend's Japanese Grand Prix, where the 33-year-old endured a 'shocker'. The Red Bull driver retired twice from the race and was slapped with two five-second time penalties, in what was an event to forget. He appeared to lack confidence at Suzuka and was unable to bounce back from Red Bull's Singapore woes, something Verstappen did to complete perfection. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies The Dutchman claimed a comfortable win to secure the team the...
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