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Perez was given Max's damaged rear wing for qualy

Sergio Perez has revealed Red Bull 'gave' him Max Verstappen's damaged rear wing for qualifying, the Mexican driver saying his car was 'never the same again'. Perez set the pace in Saturday's final practice session at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, nearly two-tenths faster than Verstappen. However a few hours later in the build up to qualifying, the Red Bull mechanics were seen working on both RB16Bs, their work focused on the rear wings. Verstappen's wing, specifically, was seen sporting a bit of tape on it. The team-mates went into qualifying with many predicting a Red Bull lock-out only for Mercedes to pip them to the front row. Verstappen finished third fastest with Perez P4 after a...
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