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Horner reveals post-race chat with Perez over team orders drama

Article To news overview © XPB Christian Horner has claimed that Sergio Perez now "understands clearly" why Red Bull asked him to move aside for Max Verstappen in the Spanish Grand Prix. Perez, on an alternate strategy and older tyres than his teammate, was given the radio instruction in the closing stages of the 66-lap race. Verstappen subsequently stormed clear to take victory and lead a second Red Bull 1-2 finish of the season, leaving Perez frustrated at a missed victory chance. Speaking to his race engineer over the radio, Perez said: "That's very unfair, but okay... I am happy for the team, but we need to speak later." Horner explains post-race talk with Perez...
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