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Racing Point: We were missing a tenth or two when it mattered

Racing Point report from qualifying for the British Grand Prix, Round 10 of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship, at Silverstone. Sergio Perez Q1: 1:26.649; Q2: 1:26.928 – P15 “Not an easy qualifying session and not the result we wanted. The car balance felt okay, but we were missing the ability to put our best sectors together. We felt more competitive yesterday, so we need to understand why we didn’t perform as well today. 'It is frustrating because I want to be fighting in Q3 and we need to be there to score points. We won’t give up though, because you never know what can happen in the race. We know our starts are good so getting away well tomorrow will be really important...
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