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TEAM: Force India
Sergio Perez has labelled Formula 1 as a “very unfair” sport but is “aware” that he is lucky to be driving in the series.
Mercedes are open to entering a Ferrari-Haas style relationship with either Williams or Force India, saying it is beneficial to both parties.
Force India boss Bob Fernley has heaped praise on Sergio Perez following his podium finish in Baku and is perplexed that he has not moved to one of the top teams.
Nicholas Latifi, Nikita Mazepin and George Russell will all get behind the wheel of Force India’s VJM11 at the first in-season test after the Spanish Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez has held onto his third-placed finish in Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix after being investigated for a possible DRS infringement.