Sergio Perez

Sergio Perez provides retirement update

Red Bull driver Sergio Perez has said he doesn’t expect to retire from Formula 1 when his current contract expires. The Mexican joined Formula 1 in 2011, racing with Sauber in his debut season. He was retained by the team for 2012 and was signed by McLaren the next year, replacing Sir Lewis Hamilton –


Christian Horner ‘grateful’ Max Verstappen suffered reliability issue

Red Bull Racing’s victorious weekend at the Hungarian Grand Prix could’ve turned out very differently, had Max Verstappen not suffered a reliability problem in Q3 on Saturday. The Dutchman suffered a power failure during the final part of qualifying, which stopped the Dutchman from setting a lap-time. This meant he started from P10, yet somehow


Sergio Perez defends Ferrari as he fires warning at Red Bull

Sergio Pérez recovered well during the Hungarian Grand Prix, having been eliminated in Q2 during qualifying. The Mexican finished in fifth place at the Hungaroring, six-places higher than where he started the race. It was a strong result for Red Bull Racing, given that Max Verstappen won the race despite having started P10, and Pérez

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