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F1 news, Monaco Grand Prix 2019: Sergio Perez, marshals, crash, hit, nearly killed them, video, watch

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Racing Point driver Sergio Perez was left shaken after an on-track incident with two marshals saw him narrowly miss hitting them as he left the pit lane at the Monaco Grand Prix.

It was missed during the live race coverage but footage from the Mexican’s on-board camera showed just how quick his reactions needed to be to avoid a collision which would surely have killed a marshal.

The incident occurred as the marshals attempted to clear the debris off the track after a collision between Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Renault’s Nico Hulkenberg, which prompted a number of cars to return to the pits for new tyres under the safety car.

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2020 F1 driver market, F1 news 2019, F1 silly season 2020

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A manic Thursday of news in Singapore shed more light into how the grid will line up in 2020, with just five seats now left for next year’s grid.

Haas confirmed Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will stay on for a fourth year together, while Robert Kubica confirmed his exit from Williams at season’s end.

Both decisions have seemingly closed the door on Nico Hulkenberg making a return to F1 next season, with the German to be replaced at Renault by Esteban Ocon from 2020.

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Supercars Safety Car, Supercars news 2019, Jamie Whincup comments, Lee Holdsworth

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Lee Holdsworth has demanded an apology from Supercars officials following the Safety Car controversy which marred the weekend’s action in New Zealand.

However, the Tickford Racing driver also believes future actions similar to Jamie Whincup’s ill-fated decision to pass the Safety Car warrant race exclusion.

Whincup and Holdsworth were effective first and second in Sunday’s Race 24 at the ITM Auckland SuperSprint before the Triple Eight driver elected to illegally pass the Safety Car. Holdsworth, meanwhile, held station and lost track position to those pitting under yellow.

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Jamie Whincup comments, Jamie Whincup Safety Car, Supercars news 2019, Supercars race officials

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Jamie Whincup has apologised for his heated comments directed towards race officials and has avoided a fine and race suspension following last weekend’s drama in New Zealand.

The matter has been closed following a discussion between Whincup, CAMS CEO Eugene Arocca and Supercars CEO Sean Seamer.

In a joint statement from Supercars and CAMS, all parties acknowledged that “mistakes were made” and “improvements are required” following the Safety Car drama which marred Race 24 at the ITM Auckland SuperSprint.

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