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Sergio Perez warns he could be forced to miss the British Grand Prix

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez sustained a neck injury in the aftermath of his qualifying crash at the Canadian Grand Prix. The Mexican locked up going into Turn Three in Montreal in wet conditions, and was a passenger as he slid across the grass and straight into the barrier. He would start the race 13th as a result after the track dried out towards the end of Q2, and later retired from the grand prix with a reliability issue. After the weekend, he noticed a contracture he had suffered as a result of the crash, meaning that his neck muscles had tightened up. 'The start of the week is always hard after such a bad day but I'm fine, recovering from my neck because I have a strong contracture...
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