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Verstappen rates Perez's performances amid Red Bull renewal talk

Article To news overview © Red Bull Contentpool Max Verstappen has given his backing to teammate Sergio Perez, who is in the process of negotiating an extension to his Red Bull contract. After the Miami Grand Prix, Perez revealed that he and Red Bull have commenced talks over a new contract for the 2023 season. Since joining the team for 2021, the Mexican has been handed back-to-back one-year contracts, with his latest deal finishing at the end of the current campaign. During his time at Red Bull, his highlights have included a win at last year's Azerbaijan Grand Prix, seven podiums, and his first F1 pole position at the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. He also gained plaudits for his...
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