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Pit lane F1 start for Perez at Dutch GP

Sergio Perez and Nicholas Latifi Sergio Perez will start the Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix from the pit lane following an overnight engine change. The Mexican was a high-profile victim of qualifying on Saturday after he missed the opportunity to complete a final flying in Qualifying 1 by a matter of seconds. Set to start the race from 16th, and already likely to take an engine penalty later in the year courtesy of his retirement from the Hungarian Grand Prix, Red Bull has bitten the bullet this weekend. A report from the FIA Formula 1 technical delegate noted the power unit change and referred the matter to the stewards, as is protocol. “After the qualifying session the ICE (internal...
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