Accident scare just few days after Jules Bianchi's death

Sergio Perez flipped his Force India car during Friday's first practice session in Budapest at the Hungarian Grand Prix

 

undefinedof Jules Bianchi, the Formula One was thrown into scare following the a clash by Sergio Perez.

Perez flipped his Force India car during Friday's first practice session in Budapest at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Mexican driver suffered a rear suspension failure and lost control of his Force India on the exit of turn 11 before hitting the barriers on the opposite side of the track.

Fortunately, Perez was not harm after the crash telling his team via radio: "I'm ok."

Perez was swiftly taken to the medical centre as a precaution but later emerged to acknowledge the grandstands.

"It was a really bad accident, pretty unlucky," Perez said.

"The track was dirty and I went on the astroturf and I collided on the other side of the track at a very bad angle, so it made the car roll over.

"But everything's alright. It was a strange accident. I thought it was under control but the astroturf was very dirty which is why I went in the wall. We'll have to check everything in detail."

The 25-year-old later tweeted: "Thanks for all your support!! We had a little problem with the rear of the car, we're ready for the rest of the weekend ! Thanks God all ok."

Watch Perez flipped his Force India car below:

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