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Schumacher’s Red Bull/AlphaTauri driver claim would spell bad news for Perez

Ex-F1 driver Ralf Schumacher says the “logical” decision for Red Bull would be to replace Sergio Perez with Daniel Ricciardo for next season.  Perez is contracted to Red Bull for 2024 and team principal Christian Horner has repeatedly insisted that the Mexican will keep his drive next year despite suggestions he could be replaced after an inconsistent 2023 campaign.  But Schumacher, the brother of F1 legend Michael, believes it is “clear” that Red Bull should swap out Perez for Ricciardo.  "I believe the answer is relatively clear," Schumacher told Formel1.de on YouTube.  "I mean, even this weekend, I believe for me, the issue of Perez at the end of the...
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