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Sergio Perez signs new Red Bull F1 deal until 2024

Mexico's Sergio Perez has signed a contract extension with Red Bull to keep him with the Formula One team until the end of 2024.Perez claimed the third F1 win of his career at Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, and after the race he was heard joking to Red Bull team boss Christian Horner: "Maybe I signed too early!"The new deal, confirmed on Monday, will keep Perez and world champion Max Verstappen
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Max Verstappen’s dad, Jos, blasts Red Bull’s strategy at Monaco GP

Jos Verstappen, the father of F1 world champion Max, has criticised Red Bull's Monaco Grand Prix strategy and said the team should have prioritised his son and not Sergio Perez.Verstappen finished third in Monaco as Red Bull teammate Perez claimed victory at the Principality.2 RelatedPerez's win was built on the back of an aggressive tyre strategy which put him in prime position to capitalise on Ferrari's huge tactical blunders.By contrast
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Andretti Autosport tabs IndyCar rookie Kyle Kirkwood to replace Alexander Rossi in 2023

IndyCar rookie Kyle Kirkwood will replace Alexander Rossi next season at Andretti Autosport, the team that developed the Floridian but did not have an open seat for him when Kirkwood was ready for the big leagues.Kirkwood has won at every level of IndyCar's ladder system and was last year's Indy Lights champion. But Michael Andretti had a full lineup this year, so Kirkwood signed a one-year deal to drive for
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Callum Illot to miss Detroit Grand Prix with broken hand

DETROIT -- Callum Ilott will miss the Detroit Grand Prix because of a broken hand suffered in a crash during the Indianapolis 500. Juncos Hollinger Racing replaced him with Santino Ferrucci to race in Detroit this weekend.Ilott was an early crash at Indy and finished 32nd; Ferrucci was 10th on Sunday.Ilott crashed 68 laps into the Indy 500 and was wearing a brace on his right hand when he exited