Why Red Bull needs Perez to overcome his F1 qualifying inconsistency

It was a superb performance from the Mexican, who managed his tyres in the opening laps and, after going long, was able to deploy sufficient pace to jump three cars after his pitstop.
However, it was also a question of what might have been had he qualified closer to teammate Max Verstappen, rather than seven places behind the Dutchman.
Qualifying remains an Achilles Heel for Perez in 2021 as …Keep reading

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