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Sergio Pérez Sceptical 2021 Formula 1 Regulation Changes will See Closer Racing

Sergio Pérez is worried that the planned regulation changes in 2021 could see gaps between those at the front and the midfield widen, rather than close up as Formula 1 bosses are hoping will happen. The Racing Point F1 Team driver is concerned that the regulation changes will be more beneficial to those currently at the front of the grid more than it would to the other teams, with Pérez waiting to find out just what the new rules will bring to the racing. “The more we change, the more advantage that we give to the bigger teams to create the gap that we are all worried about,” Pérez is quoted as saying by FoxSports.com.au. “We will see what we are able to bring as a sport for...
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