It was thought there could be another investigation into Perez after allegations were made that the 32-year-old allegedly informed team principal Christian Horner and special counsel Helmut Marko that he crashed into the wall on purpose, resulting in a collision for Carlos de Ferrari. Sainz and finishing Verstappen’s fastest lap when the red flag came out.
However, on Thursday before the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Perez dismissed those claims, insisting the incident was purely accidental. and according to The TelegraphPerez has no “need to fear” the incident under investigation unless new evidence is presented to the contrary.
Red Bull boss Horner has insisted that Verstappen will do everything he can to help Perez finish second in the Drivers’ Championship after healing the gap between the pair, although it remains to be seen if the reigning champion would make a side if Perez needs to pass him. win the points he needs after the fallout from him in Brazil.
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