Classics nearly collision with Perez: Haas team boss takes Masepin in protection
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also made at the Grand Prix of Portugal Haas-Rookie Nikita Masepin negative talk about yourself. Although the Russian held his car on the track this time, but he would almost collide with the leading Sergio Perez leading at that time when this maspine wanted to overrun. The racing communities spoke against the 22-year-old a five-second penalty, which did not change his result but nothing.
After the race, Masepin got back of team boss Günther Steiner, who took a partial debt on the cap of the team. Because the incident occurred immediately after Masepins pit stop. Before the blue flags could be shown after the boxing exit, it was almost too late.
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"I think the signal for the blue flags came very late. He was already in curve two. We have to improve our communication when someone drives out of the box and another from behind," says Steiner.
Perez scolds over "idiot" Masepin
What had happened? Masepin came back a few meters from Perez back on the track, but had cold tires. Perez flew up and wanted to overtake the Haas pilot in curve three inside. Although Masepin got the note from his racing engineer that the Red Bull comes from behind, but the warning apparently did not arrive in time.
Masepin took the door, which almost led to a collision. Immediately thereafter, Masepin apologized at the radio for Perez, on the other hand, scolded over the "Idiots" Masepin over the moment.
"It was no intention and ultimately nothing happened," says Steiner: "This never looks good, but five seconds do not make the big difference in the end." In fact, Masepin was aimed at the finished driver for a minute behind the penultimate Nicholas Latifi, who had previously been overtaken by Masepins teammates Michael Schumacher.
Renkirector Michael Masi explained after the race, the punishment was not pronounced because of the number of ignored blue flags, but due to the almost collision. "I think Checo [Perez] has accepted that," says Steiner.
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