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Jordan: 'It was agreed that Pérez could win'

Sergio Pérez won the Saudi Arabia Grand Prix last Sunday. His teammate Max Verstappen had to start 15th after a problem in qualifying. After a safety car, the Dutchman was five seconds behind Pérez, but he could not close this gap. Eddie Jordan thinks it was agreed within the team that the Mexican could win the race. Article continues under ad Pérez had no problems in qualifying and therefore managed to take pole position. The Mexican was well in the lead before the safety car came out because Lance Stroll had to pull over his Aston Martin on the track. This suddenly made the gap between the two Red Bull drivers much smaller, but after Pérez and Verstappen were first and second...
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