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Sergio Perez Keeps Singapore Win Despite Safety Car Infractions Penalty,p1

Sergio Perez Keeps Singapore Win Despite Safety Car Infractions Penalty

Sergio Perez kept his Singapore Grand Prix win despite a safety car infringements penalty. The driver was punished for failing to keep within 10 car lengths of the safety car. The incident happened in turn thirteen. After the Safety Car came into play, sparks flew around the Marina Bay Street Circuit and Sergio Perez slipped behind in turn thirteen.

Sergio Perez wins Singapore Grand Prix despite safety car infringements penalty

Sergio Perez has kept his Singapore win despite being penalized for safety car infringements. The Mexican driver has won three times in his career. During the race, he was penalized five seconds for a safety car violation. Despite this, he maintained the lead and eventually crossed the finish line in P1.

Sergio Perez maintained his lead to claim the Singapore Grand Prix and win, despite receiving a five-second penalty for safety car infringements. Despite being penalized, Perez was still able to beat Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc in the tricky final stint on slicks. However, he was handed a reprimand by race stewards and was given a five-second time penalty.

Driver is punished for failing to keep within 10 car lengths of the safety car

Sergio Perez is the only driver in Formula One to keep a win despite being penalised for a safety car infringement twice. His first offence occurred between Turns 13 and 14 of the race. He did not maintain a 10 car length gap to the Safety Car, and the race director gave him a warning in-race. The following time, he failed to keep the required distance and was penalised by five seconds.

Perez had built up a five-second advantage by the end of the race to edge out his rival Charles Leclerc for the win, but the Safety Car penalty was worth five seconds. Perez would have lost the win if he had been penalised more than once for his infractions.

Sparks flew around the Marina Bay Street Circuit

Sergio Perez’s victory over Charles Leclerc in the Singapore Grand Prix saw the Mexican hold off the challenge of the Red Bull Racing teammate. The Spaniard’s victory is the second of the season and fourth in his career. Perez took a safety car infringement penalty in the last lap of the race, but the penalty did not affect his result. He finished ahead of Charles Leclerc and Landon Norris.

Despite the penalties imposed by the safety car, Perez kept Charles Leclerc at arm’s length, extending his lead to two seconds. He also passed Pierre Gasly and moved up to eighth. However, the race was delayed for over an hour by rain. The race was eventually over, and Perez secured his first win at the Marina Bay Street Circuit since 2009.

Sergio Perez slipped behind in turn 13

Sergio Perez will keep his Singapore win despite a penalty from the safety car. Perez has now won the first two races and now sits in second place in the world championship with two points to Charles Leclerc. Perez had to build a five second lead to beat Leclerc, but he could have lost it if he had been penalized by the safety car.

Sergio Perez has won the Singapore Grand Prix despite being penalized with a five-second time penalty for failing to follow the Safety Car during two caution periods. Perez’s first failure to follow the Safety Car was deemed to be sufficient but he is given a five-second penalty for the second one. He has also been given two penalty points on his license.

He receives two penalty points

Sergio Perez has managed to keep his win at the Singapore Grand Prix, despite being penalised for two safety car infringements. The FIA handed him a five-second time penalty and two penalty points for each offense. Even though Perez’s reprimand was his first this season, he is still confident of keeping his title.

After being investigated by stewards post-race for infringements of safety car regulations, Sergio Perez has managed to keep his Singapore win. The stewards have found that the Spaniard did not keep a minimum of 10 car lengths of the safety car. Despite this, Perez was able to hold onto the lead in the race to take his fourth career victory.

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