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Horner will be "shocked" if stewards take Perez Singapore win

Article To news overview © XPBimages Red Bull boss Christian Horner says he will be "absolutely shocked" if Formula 1 stewards take away Sergio Perez's Singapore Grand Prix victory. Perez faces an investigation for dropping more than 10 car lengths behind the Safety Car during his victory in the timed race at Marina Bay. The Mexican claimed victory over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc by 7.5 seconds, although Ferrari believe Perez committed the same offence twice, which would equal a 10 second total drop. However, Red Bull boss Horner believes his driver is in the right. Viewed by others: Singapore Grand Prix 2022 Ferrari expects double Singapore penalty for Perez Singapore Grand Prix...
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