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Sergio Perez was struck down with a sickness bug in Malaysia but somehow managed to finish sixth for Force India at the most physically demanding grand prix on the calendar.While Lewis Hamilton was extending his championship lead at Sepang, teammate Valtteri Bottas admitted he was searching for answers after finishing in fifth behind Vettel who had started from stone last.Red Bull chief Christian Horner hailed victorious Max Verstappen and compared him to four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel.Jolyon Palmer's blamed a gust of wind in Malaysia for wrecking his chance of a top-10 finish for the second successive race.
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