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Why Perez and Red Bull 'need to talk': "I was told I would get it back"

Sergio Perez was not happy when he had to let Max Verstappen pass him while he was in a leading position, even though his teammate was clearly faster at the time. During the press conference, however, he tells us that there is more to the story. There was a promise made to the Mexican by Red Bull Racing, the first time he passed Verstappen after losing two positions due to a mistake. "During the first stint, when I let Max by, I was told that I was going to get it back," Perez explains. Read more International media | Verstappen brings 'orange hell' to a boiling point Perez explains why he was not happy with Red Bull Knowing they were on different strategies he didn't make a big...
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