Perez critical over missed Red Bull opportunity

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Sergio Perez felt Red Bull left opportunities on the table in the
United States Grand Prix by not being more aggressive with
strategy. From ninth on the grid, Perez climbed to fifth at the
flag at the Circuit of the Americas, harrying Carlos Sainz for
fourth place on a conventional two-stop strategy. However, the
fight for fourth on the road actually became one for the final
podium slot which went Sainz's way after P2 finisher
was disqualified for excessive wear to the plank under his car.
That was good news for Perez in his hunt for second place in the
Drivers' Championship with it being likely he or Hamilton will
finish runner-up to race-winner and World Champion Max Verstappen,
but he was left ruing a conservative approach. Perez's Red Bull
wish “Of course, I would have liked a little more from the race,”
Perez explained to Viaplay before news of Hamilton's
disqualification filtered through. “It was difficult for us to stay
in the slipstream [of cars ahead] and be in the fight. “There were
some moments where we could have made an undercut on certain
people, but we didn't. “That's something we have to look at
carefully, and there are things we can learn from.” Fourth was
Perez's best result since second at Monza five races ago as his
lead over Hamilton in the fight for second place in the standings
is now 39 points heading into his home Grand Prix instead of 19 had
Hamilton's second place not been expunged.

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