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Sergio Perez takes the frantic Monaco Grand Prix

Perez bounced back against Red Bull squad directives a week earlier to won a rain-soaked Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday. Check out complete details about it below.

Sergio Perez takes the frantic Monaco Grand Prix

With team directives which left the Mexican star uncomfortable, Red Bull deprived Sergio Perez the opportunity to compete again for victory in Spain.

With Red Bull’s odd choice in the rear mirror, Perez went on to the Monaco Grand Prix, certain that he’d be permitted to battle for victories this season. Eventually, he won his debut Formula One match of the tournament.

Perez bounced back against Red Bull team directives a week ago to victory the rain-soaked Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.

Perez’s third straight win was achieved following Ferrari’s controversial tactical decision denied pole-sitter Charles Leclerc a victory on his home track. Despite finishing the tournament for the first time in four attempts, Leclerc finished fourth, allowing incumbent world champion Max Verstappen to strengthen his position in the rankings.

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jr. finished second, and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen placed third. However, Toyota challenged both Perez’s victory and Verstappen’s finish, claiming the Red Bull drivers neglected to remain to the right of the yellow line during pit stops.

Verstappen trails Leclerc by nine points on the road; Leclerc has 2 wins in a row, Verstappen and Perez have five triumphs, and Red Bull and Ferrari have won all seven races.

Verstappen’s teammate won on the smooth city streets of Monaco, exactly one week after Perez was ordered to hand up the lead to Verstappen at the Spanish Grand Prix. With Leclerc out of the racing due to equipment trouble, Red Bull elected to advantage by altering the outcome to give Verstappen the victory in Spain.

The organisation assured Perez that he would be able to race for victories, and it kept its word on Sunday.