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Luca Baldisserri, former Chief Track Engineer with Ferrari and now running the Italian team's Driver Academy, believes Sergio Perez has great talent but must curb his aggression.
"After Monaco, we had a discussion with Sergio," Baldisserri told the team's website. "We wanted to find out why recent results had not lived up to expectations after the Malaysian Grand Prix.
"Perez is undoubtedly talented," he continued, "but he often lets himself down by being too aggressive which, especially in Formula 1, does not deliver results. The Montreal race was a great response, a race in which Sergio not only ran at a great pace, but also managed his race very well, managing to stay on track for fifty laps on the same set of tyres."
Baldisserri's comments, combined with the Mexican youngster's mature performance in Canada should go some way to putting Luca di Montezemolo's mind at rest, the Ferrari President having recently opined that Perez is not yet Ferrari material, declaring that he needs "more experience and more results".
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