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Esteban Ocon says Sergio Perez held up his hand for their first lap crash in Singapore, apologising after the race.
Charlie Whiting has poured cold water over the suggestion that Sergey Perez deliberately hit Sergey Sirotkin in Singapore, saying it was just a misjudgement.
Lewis Hamilton found another gear, Singapore did not favour Ferrari and Max Verstappen came alive…
Lewis Hamilton once again extended his lead in the championship race with a solid win in Singapore while Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari botched the strategy game.
Force India team principal Otmar Szafnauer has said team orders are back in effect after Sergio Perez ended Esteban Ocon’s race in Singapore.
Esteban Ocon refused to pass judgement on his team-mate Sergio Perez after the latter squeezed him into the wall and out of the Singapore GP on Sunday night.
Both Sergio Perez and Sergey Sirotkin were given penalties for separate incidents during the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez was surprised at the pace that his Force India has around the streets of Singapore, as the Mexican qualified in P7.
Sergio Perez has denied that he approached McLaren over a seat for 2019 and it was the team who showed interest in him.
Sergio Perez was the shock exit in Q1 on Saturday afternoon, calling it “really unlucky” that he could only manage P16.
Despite everything suggesting that Sergio Perez was staying at Force India, there has been talk of the Mexican returning to McLaren.
Sergio Perez set the pace on a drying Monza circuit in Friday’s first practice for the Italian GP, a session in which Sebastian Vettel covered just four laps due to a hydraulic leak.
McLaren will confirm Carlos Sainz’s 2019 team-mate before the end of September, so says chief operating officer Jonathan Neale.
Sergio Perez, Esteban Ocon, Lando Norris and Stoffel Vandoorne are all in contention to partner Carlos Sainz at McLaren in 2019.
Sergio Perez believes that there are “great things coming” for the new Racing Point Force India team after they secured P5 and P6 at Spa.
Just days after being rescued from administration, the new Racing Point Force India team secured their best ever team qualifying.
Sergio Perez has said it is “business as usual” for Force India in Spa and expects them to race amid ongoing uncertainty.
Sergio Perez feels he has made the right decision to reject Renault in the past and stay loyal to Force India.
Sergio Perez is going to play the waiting game as he sees how the pieces of the 2019 driver puzzle fit together.
Sergio Perez insists it wasn’t money but rather his desire to “save” Force India that was behind his decision to force the team into administration.
Vijay Mallya says “none other than our driver Sergio Perez” instigated the proceedings that resulted in Force India being placed into administration on Friday.
Linked to a buy-out by Lawrence Stroll, Sergio Perez admits Force India’s financial situation is “critical”.
Although Force India grabbed a double points-haul in Germany, Otmar Szafnauer fears they are losing out in the development war due to finances.
Sergio Perez says he did all he could in Sunday’s German Grand Prix, bringing his Force India home in seventh place on what he billed as a “crazy” grand prix.
At a time when F1’s stewards are coming in for some stick, Sergio Perez has praised their decision to penalise Pierre Gasly at the British Grand Prix.
Pierre Gasly has been given a five-second time penalty by the stewards for an incident with Sergio Perez late on in Sunday’s British Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon have both been quizzed about their future with 2019 plans set to be formalised this summer.
Sergio Perez has said it was a “massive surprise” to see himself be one of the victims of Q1 ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Otmar Szafnauer has said that Force India endured a Friday at the French Grand Prix that “wasn’t the most straightforward”.
Having called for Carlos Sainz to be black flagged in Canada, Sergio Perez was “surprised” that the Renault driver did not receive any penalty at all.