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Kimi: Perez pushed me wide

Chinese GP runner-up Kimi Raikkonen has blamed Sergio Perez for their coming together, saying it cost him understeer. After being bogged down at the start of the 56-lap grand prix, Raikkonen fought his way back up to the front. However, with tyre strategy, pit stops and DRS all playing a role in Sunday's race, the Lotus driver was forced to cut his way through the traffic on several occasions. And one of those put him in direct contact with McLaren's Perez. Trying to pass the Mexican driver, Raikkonen reckons Perez pushed him wide, resulting in the two touching and a broken nose for Raikkonen. Despite the damage, he continued, working his way up to front where he finished second behind...
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