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Perez explains sudden Red Bull change of plans

Article To news overview © XPBimages Sergio Perez has detailed Red Bull's change of plans that saw him drive the entire second day of pre-season testing in Bahrain. The Mexican was originally scheduled to take part in the morning session before handing duties over to teammate Max Verstappen in the afternoon. Perez was then set to take on the entirety of running on Friday as Verstappen was behind the wheel all day on Wednesday. However, Thursday morning's session was cut short by a loose drain cover which caused damage to Charles Leclerc's Ferrari. To offer more time to Perez, Red Bull altered its plans and gave him a full day with Friday's schedule now split between the two drivers. “It...
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