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25.6% of fans want Red Bull to replace Sergio Perez with Daniel Ricciardo

It's safe to say that the F1 community want Sergio Pérez to continue with Red Bull for the entirety of his contract, following the result of a three-day Twitter poll conducted by Formula1News.co.uk. With the Mexican currently in the middle of a difficult period with Red Bull, the question was asked whether the Austrians should replace the Mexican driver with Daniel Ricciardo, who will depart McLaren at the end of the season. Whilst Ricciardo has had a disastrous spell with the Woking-based side, having claimed just 17 points finishes from 38 starts for the British side, he is still regarded by many in the paddock as one of the best drivers on the current grid. Red Bull boss Christian...
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