After an unproductive First Practice in wet conditions, FP2 at Silverstone was a problematic session for the championship leaders, plagued by various issues and a general lack of performance at the 17-turn circuit. Red Bull’s long-run simulations were very limited, as the team struggled to optimise their set-up. Perez analysed Red Bull’s position after Friday […] The post Sergio Perez: Red Bull “miles off” at Silverstone appeared first on Grand Tour Nation.
Mika Hakkinen believes Sergio Perez must improve his consistency to challenge Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen for this season’s F1 Drivers’ Championship title.Verstappen currently tops the standings, with Perez his closest challenger - 46 points behind - although the Mexican lost ground on the reigning world champion at the recent Canadian Grand Prix when a gearbox failure caused him to retire early, while the Dutchman cruised to victory.Perez showed what he is capable of by taking an impressive victory at the Monaco Grand Prix but hasn’t yet been able to string a series of results together to legitimately challenge...
After a difficult qualifying session for Sergio Perez after he hit the wall in Q2, the Sunday of the Canada Grand Prix didn’t go to plan either as he was forced to retire after what was thought to be gearbox issues after only 8 laps. Now, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has explained what […] The post F1 News: Red Bull Chief Reveals What Forced Sergio Perez To Retire appeared first on Grand Tour Nation.
Red Bull’s Sergio Perez caused a red flag in qualifying after hitting the wall during Q2. Understeering through the standing water on the track at the Canada Grand Prix, he hit the wall head-on as traction disappeared. Q1 saw Perez struggle as he barely made it into the top 15 as he battled with the […] The post F1 News: Watch Red Bull’s Sergio Perez Hit The Wall And Throw A Red Flag At Canada GP appeared first on Grand Tour Nation.
Canadian GP qualifying: Max Verstappen takes pole after Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez crashes out in wet Montreal
Max Verstappen took pole for the Canadian GP after his Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez crashed out of a thrilling wet qualifying session in Montreal. Fernando Alonso produced a stunning performance to snatch second for Alpine, while Carlos Sainz was third, with his Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc starting the race from the back row of the grid after taking a penalty for a new engine.
Canadian GP: Max Verstappen seeks maiden Montreal victory as Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez target comebacks
As Max Verstappen seeks to claim a first Canadian GP victory, a jumbled grid behind him has ensured Montreal's first race since 2019 will be action-packed. A combination of a wet qualifying session and Charles Leclerc's engine woes saw the usual pecking order change, with the Ferrari driver starting from the back row after taking a new power unit for the race.
Sergio Perez says Red Bull are being 'sensible' when it comes to the contest between himself and team-mate Max Verstappen. The Mexican driver, who Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says is currently in the "form of his life", sits second in the Drivers' Championship behind Verstappen. With just 21...
Sergio Perez apologised for the crash which saw him qualify a lowly 13th for the Canadian Grand Prix, as Sky Sports F1 expert Danica Patrick questioned whether he is feeling the pressure of battling for the drivers' championship. Perez, who sits second in the drivers' standings behind Red Bull team-mate...