MUST-SEE: Albon and Perez collide in late fight for final Hungary point


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Ride onboard as Toro Rosso's Alexander Albon and Racing Point's Sergio Perez battle it out for P10 and the final championship point at the 2019 Hungarian Grand Prix...

It was Albon who ultimately claimed the position, the young Thai driver also finishing ahead of team mate Daniil Kvyat after a thrilling scrap with the Russian earlier in the race.

Of his tussle with Perez, Albon stated: "We had the run on him. He left us space on the inside so I went for it and then he closed the space, but to be honest, he still gave me enough space, so I thought the move was done and then he turned into the apex when I was next to him.

"We had a bit of a clatter, but nothing serious. It’s kind of the thing where you come out of the corner and you’re like, ‘I hope my steering’s straight’ and it was, so it was okay."

Perez was less impressed, commenting: "Right at the end Albon came up behind me quickly and we made contact, which damaged my suspension. I was really struggling in the last three or four laps - it was a challenge just to finish in P11. We were expecting a difficult race, but we were in the fight for a point until the very end – unfortunately we just didn't get it."

Watch the footage and you can decide who was in the right or wrong...



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