Sergio Perez wins as Max Verstappen fails to seal title


Red Bull’s Sergio Perez won a rain-marred Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday as championship-leading teammate Max Verstappen was made to wait at least another week for his second title.

Perez, whose victory was provisional pending a post-race investigation into a possible infringement while the safety car was deployed, finished 7.595 seconds ahead of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, whose teammate Carlos Sainz was third.

Perez was being investigated for a potential safety car infringement, which would mean a time penalty of five seconds. One infringement would see him protect his lead, but a…



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