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Perez regrets pitting again: We had a podium in our pocket

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Sergio Perez was left to rue what might have been after the Qatar Grand Prix as a podium finish slipped through his fingers. Having been knocked out in the second phase of qualifying, Perez spent the early stages of the race recovering from 11th position to run inside the top three, behind leaders Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen. Perez admitted that Red Bull were weighing up whether to commit to a one- or two-stop strategy throughout the race, before eventually deciding to pit for a second time, amid punctures for rival drivers. It meant Perez had to overtake many of his rivals once again and, despite his best efforts, he had to settle for...
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