Perez having to adjust driving style to suit Red Bull F1 car

In the Bahrain Grand Prix he struggled on the medium tyre in Q2 and started 11th, and then in the race he charged up to fifth after an engine issue on the formation lap obliged him to start from the pitlane.
Red Bull motorsport boss Helmut Marko suggested the Mexican was losing out to team-mate Max Verstappen in a couple of places at Sakhir in qualifying, notably Turn 1, with Perez noting some …Keep reading

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