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Pérez expecting stronger race performance

– Sergio Pérez is expecting Force India to deliver a stronger race performance at Hockenheim, after finishing at the tail-end of the top 10 in qualifying.Pérez and team-mate Nico Hülkenberg both made it through to the final shootout on Saturday afternoon but finished as the slowest of the runners involved, with Hülkenberg narrowly faster.The Mexican is certain, however, that the pair can make significant progress tomorrow afternoon, particularly if temperatures remain high."We were really strong on Friday with our long runs in hot conditions, so if it stays like this we know what we have to do. I'm very confident," said Pérez, when asked by GPUpdate.net about his...
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