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Perez pushing for new Red Bull contract as he warns about reliability issues

Sergio Perez believes it will an exciting fight between Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes this year after the Silver Arrows seemed to take a big step towards restoring their race winning form in Spain. George Russell and Sir Lewis Hamilton finished third and fifth respectively in Spain having looked consistently fast all weekend, and the seven-time champion pulled off an excellent recovery drive after contact on the opening lap. But it was Red Bull who claimed a one-two finish amid a dreadful day for Ferrari as Max Verstappen led Perez home and took himself to the top of the Drivers’ Standings, while the pair helped the Austrian outfit to the top of the constructors’ battle. READ:...
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