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Sergio Perez apologises to Max Verstappen in Abu Dhabi

Ahead of this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where Sergio Pérez is set to duel Charles Leclerc for second in the Drivers' Championship, the Mexican driver has revealed his 'regret' at bursting out against Max Verstappen following the pair's incident at the Brazilian Grand Prix. The final laps of the race at Interlagos last weekend were some that Red Bull will want to forget, after Verstappen blatantly defied team orders. Following a messy race by his standards, Verstappen found himself in seventh place in the closing stages of the race, whilst Pérez was ahead in P6. Pérez allowed Verstappen past to see if the Dutchman could overtake Fernando Alonso or Leclerc, under the condition that...
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