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Sergio Perez & Esteban Ocon Escape Penalty After FP1 Collision

The stewards have decided not to penalise Sergio Perez or Esteban Ocon for the collision between the pair in Free Practice One (FP1) at Imola which ended both of their sessions and brought out the red flags. The rear of Perez’s Red Bull made contact with the front of Ocon’s car at turn five and forced them to both stop on track with around 20 minutes of the session remaining. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! Perez was on a fast lap when the crash occurred, and the stewards decided that neither driver was clearly responsible for the incident. 'Ocon slowed before turn 5 in order to let Perez by, as well as moving entirely to the inside of the turn. Perez was on a fast...
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