Red Bull contradicts Perez twice in Melbourne

Red Bull has contradicted Sergio Perez for the second time this weekend in Melbourne. First, the Mexican driver suggested that Red Bull is not used to running “two cars” equally. “Before I came, basically they were just going racing with two cars because they had to,” he said. “We always have run two cars since we entered the sport in 2005.”. And after beaching his Red Bull in the gravel in Q1 on Saturday, Perez suggested he had suffered a recurrence of the engine braking problem from the earlier practice sessions. “I don’t want to go into details,” he said on Viaplay, “but we know what the problem is and we have to work as a team to fix it.”. “We had a problem with engine braking in the third practice, but that was no longer there in qualifying.

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