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Horner reveals how close Perez came to retiring from Miami GP

Sergio Perez was unfortunate to miss out on the podium at the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, however, he was lucky to even make the chequered flag following yet another reliability issue. Whilst the speed of the RB18 is unquestionable, its reliability is certainly up for debate. Red Bull have struggled already this season with reliability, and it looked mid-race like their woes would continue. Perez, who ran in fourth virtually all race, was battling Carlos Sainz Jr for third at the Miami International Autodrome. The Mexican dramatically got onto the radio though saying he was losing power. Whilst at first Perez was told there was no issue, it was quickly discovered by his mechanics that...
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