How Perez salvaged his Red Bull F1 debut in Bahrain

After missing out on Q3 with the medium tyres, Perez was due to start 11th but triggered an aborted start when his RB16B shut off and coasted to a halt before the final corner.
With no power, the Mexican couldn’t communicate with his team, but despite his relative unfamiliarity with the car and the Honda power unit systems, Perez managed to restore power after taking the steering wheel on and …Keep reading

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