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Brown: "Unfortunate, because of the two drivers he’s the higher performing driver"

CEO of McLaren Zak Brown says Sergio Perez's exit from Racing Point is unfortunate because the Mexican outperforms Lance Stroll according to Brown. Perez will no longer be part of the team from next year, when Racing Point goes through life as Aston Martin. Brown would have liked to have seen Perez driving for Aston Martin next year: "I think it’s unfortunate that he lost his seat because of the two drivers he’s the higher performing driver. But as we know his father doesn’t own the the racing team so when they wanted to bring in Sebastian Vettel, it was clear that Perez was going to be the guy to go", said Brown to RaceFans.net. Read more Verstappen: 'At pure...
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