Does Perez deserve to be punched?

Does Perez deserve to be punched?

Kimi Raikkonen was less than impressed with Sergio Perez at Monaco, but Edd Straw analyses the Mexican's race and suggests the McLaren driver was not as destructive as some claim

When a former world champion claims that you are beyond reason and suggests physical violence is the only way to ensure you modify your behaviour, it's never a good thing.

Sergio Perez certainly attracted plenty of attention, not to mention criticism, after the Monaco Grand Prix, with Kimi Raikkonen, Fernando Alonso and team-mate Jenson Button among those to accuse him of over-aggressive driving.

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