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Perez wants to beat Verstappen in Barcelona: 'Win is achievable'

Sergio Perez had a disastrous weekend in Monaco and therefore wants to start again in Barcelona, next weekend's Grand Prix. The Mexican argues that a victory is achievable at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. Article continues under ad Perez's weekend in Monaco was dramatic. The Mexican crashed early in qualifying, forcing him to start the race last on Sunday. Unfortunately for the Red Bull Racing driver, things did not go much better in the race and many incidents prevented the Mexican from getting beyond P16. Max Verstappen won the race and as a result, the gap between the teammates is now 39 points. New start in Barcelona In Barcelona, Perez wants to start again and put his...
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