Sergio Pérez accuses Magnussen of ‘dangerous driving’ after Monaco crash

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  • Pair involved in huge accident on opening lap of race
  • Pérez: ‘We need to ask why it’s not being investigated’

Sergio Pérez has condemned Kevin Magnussen for “dangerous driving” after the pair were involved in a huge accident at the Monaco Grand Prix and the Red Bull driver accused the Dane of being wilfully foolhardy when racing, after the Mexican was lucky to be able to climb from the wreckage of his car.

On the opening lap at Monte Carlo going up the hill after turn one, Pérez, who had started in 16th in front of the two Haas drivers, Magnussen and Nico Hülkenberg, was clipped from behind by Magnussen at about 150mph. The Mexican’s car speared into the barriers and then rebounded across the track into the other wall. In the process both Haas cars were ­collected and seriously damaged.

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Written by Giles Richards in Monte Carlo
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