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Latifi branded ‘FIA industry plant' after costing Perez victory in Saudi Arabian GP

There was a slight sense of déjà vu at the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix last weekend, as Nicholas Latifi collided with the barrier and turned the race on its head. Sergio Perez had taken pole in Jeddah, and was leading Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc relatively comfortably in the opening stint, maintaining the gap at just under two seconds. He then pitted from the Mediums onto the Hards for the second part of the grand prix, leaving Leclerc, Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz out on track. READ: ‘Smart tricks’ allowed Verstappen to beat Leclerc in Jeddah This was crucial because during Perez’s out-lap, Latifi lost control of his car at Turn 27, sending him into the wall and out of the...
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