Sergio Perez did a great recovery after starting from the pit lane. However, he felt he could have done even better if he did not have damage after touching with Lando Norris.

Red Bull decided to change the power unit on Perez’ car after a disappointing qualifying which saw the Mexican go only sixteenth fastest. That meant that Sergio had to start from the pits.

Perez managed to overtake many cars during the Grand Prix and entered the top ten to score points for Red Bull.

“Every overtake was very much on the limit,” said Perez. “It was so risky, everyone. I had to take lots of risks. And following was hard. I gave it (my) all today.”

Perez said that after the incident he lost grip, and he could not have the same pace as before.

“I felt it was quite unnecessary,” commented Perez. “I was there, I didn’t have enough space and we touched – and I damaged quite badly the right-hand side of the car. From then on I lost a lot of grip basically.”

“I felt it was quite unnecessary,” commented Perez. “I was there, I didn’t have enough space and we touched – and I damaged quite badly the right-hand side of the car. From then on I lost a lot of grip basically.”

Lando Norris also commented on the incident, saying that they both fought hard since those points are important.

“I squeezed him a little bit, but I didn’t force him all the way off the track or anything like that.

“We both fought each other hard. I’m not going to make his life easy – I want those points just as much as he does.”

Perez concluded by saying that he wants to come back even stronger in Monza.

“We had a new engine, so we’ve taken that penalty let’s say,” he concluded. “From now on it’s just looking forward, looking ahead, try to come back strong into Monza.”

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