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Perez rejects Williams criticism

Mexican Sergio Perez has hit back at Williams and Brazilian Felipe Massa after they accused him of dangerous driving in Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix. Perez and Massa crashed on the last lap of the race in Montreal after the Brazilian, who was lapping faster on fresher tyres, smashed into the back of the Force India while trying to take fourth place. Race stewards decided Perez had changed his line and handed him a five place grid penalty for the next race inAustria, a punishment the Mexican was clearly reluctant to accept. "It was very disappointing to lose such a strong result through no fault of our own," he said in a statement issued through his team. "I was following...
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