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Sergio Perez says Friday was a "tricky day" after a poor FP1 + FP2

Sergio Perez has spoken about his "tricky day" during Fridays practice sessions where Racing Point struggled to perform. The Mexican finished FP1 in 17th and FP2 18th and will hope for a major increase in performance for tomorrow. His teammate crashed out earlier in the day making it a day Racing Point will hope to forget.  
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