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Horner defends Red Bull team orders after Perez claims he was deceived

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has affirmed that Sergio Perez understood why he was asked to let team-mate Max Verstappen through in Spain after he had seen the full picture of how the race played out. Perez was twice asked to allow Verstappen to pass him at the Spanish Grand Prix, the first of which came when the Dutchman went off the track at Turn Four due to a gust of wind, before a three-stop strategy meant that the 24-year-old was significantly quicker towards the end. As a result, Perez, who was leading having passed George Russell before Verstappen’s stop also put him in front, was told not to fight his team-mate if and when he closed on him. READ: Max Verstappen pleased...
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