Disappointed Sergio Perez call stewards must punish Pastor Maldonado following crash with Venezuelan in Sunday British Grand Prix at Silverstone. The duo seventh and ninth in the first spell, they are takes first pi-stop on lap 11 after the pit they are collided at Brooklands on their out-laps.
The disappointed Perez continued fatal damage to his Sauber and end his race, while Maldonado dragged his Williams back to the pits for repairs and finished 16th. This incident noticeable the duo’s second crash of this season, first one in a Monte Carlo practice session, and Maldonado’s made other collision in last race with Lewis Hamilton on the penultimate lap of the European GP.
“Pastor…he’s a driver who doesn’t respect other drivers,” a straight-talking Pérez told BBC Sport.
“It’s just a manner of fact. I was already in front and he should have given enough space not to crash. I don’t understand the way he is driving.
“I hope the stewards do something because he has done something to someone at the last three races. He’s a very dangerous driver and he can hurt someone. Everybody is concerned about him. He’s a driver who doesn’t respect, doesn’t know we are risking our lives and has no respect at all. I really think the stewards need to do something by now because I’m not the only one he has affected.”
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