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Perez problem 'never seen before' by Red Bull

Sergio Perez already didn't have a great starting position for the Bahrain Grand Prix, but an electrical problem almost prevented him from even starting the race. According to Christian Horner, they have never seen the problem before. While everyone was busy with the warm-up lap for the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix, Sergio Perez was suddenly left standing at the side of the track. With a black screen on his display, the cause was clear: electrical problems. Miraculously, the Mexican managed to get his car running and worked his way up to fifth place. According to Christian Horner, it was certainly a noticeable problem for the RB16B. "It was an electrical issue. I think we've...
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