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Perez Needs To Accept He’s Slower Than Verstappen To Succeed At Red Bull

Sergio Perez must accept he is slower than Max Verstappen if he is to succeed at Red Bull, British F1 journalist Tom Clarkson has said. Speaking on the F1 Nation podcast, Clarkson, the host, said he believes as long as Perez is able to accept that he won’t be able to match Verstappen’s qualifying pace, he can be a good second driver at Red Bull. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! “As long as Perez doesn’t let Max Verstappen’s pace in qualifying get to him, because I think that has been the unravelling of all of Max’s team-mates before. So as long as he accepts he’s slower…,” Clarkson said in response to ex-GP2 Champion Davide Valsecchi’s prediction that...
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