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Perez on Verstappen sway and an F1 farce revisited - RacingNews365 Review

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Sergio Perez has revealed that the challenge of being alongside Max Verstappen has made him want to continue with Red Bull, following the recent announcement that he has signed a new contract with the team. 

It was announced ahead of the recent Canadian Grand Prix that the Mexican driver had signed a two-year extension, which was later discovered to actually be a 1+1 deal.

READ MORE: Perez reveals Verstappen influence in new Red Bull contract

The day F1 shredded its reputation in the United States

The fact that it happened in the first place, was bad enough.

That it happened in the United States, a market Formula 1 had been trying to crack ever since the world championship was incepted back in 1950 made it doubly so.

READ MORE: The day F1 shredded its reputation in the United States

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McLaren axes driver after just five races for Le Mans winner

McLaren has released Formula 2 champion Theo Pourchaire from its IndyCar team, snapping up rookie and Le Mans class winner Nolan Siegel.

Pourchaire was drafted in at Long Beach for the injured David Malukas, who was recovering from wrist surgery following a pre-season bike accident.

READ MORE: McLaren axes driver after just five races for Le Mans winner

Verstappen outlines key Red Bull Spanish GP target

Max Verstappen has revealed Red Bull's goal in this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix is to continue building momentum, after surprisingly winning the Canadian Grand Prix. 

The reigning world champion was not the favourite to win the recent round in Montreal but mastered the tricky conditions, increasing his lead in the championship to 56 points.

READ MORE: Verstappen outlines key Red Bull Spanish GP target

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Red Bull and Verstappen tipped for Spanish GP hat-trick with 'huge advantage'

Red Bull must be considered as favourites heading into the Spanish Grand Prix, Ralf Schumacher has declared.

Despite recent troubles with the RB20, Red Bull has still won two of the last three races, with only Charles Leclerc denying Max Verstappen a hat-trick of victories. 

READ MORE: Red Bull and Verstappen tipped for Spanish GP hat-trick with 'huge advantage'

Sainz insists 'several' options under consideration

Carlos Sainz has revealed that he could "sign a contract tomorrow" if he wanted to, with the Spaniard having "several" teams interested in his services for 2025. 

The Ferrari driver is the highest-valued driver still in need of a seat for 2025, with Lewis Hamilton taking his spot for next season.

READ MORE: Sainz insists 'several' options under consideration

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