Having performed incredibly well in the first half of the season, Sergio Perez lacks the pace compared to teammate Max Verstappen and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc. The Mexican driver is currently 3rd in the standings with 210 point and is just a mere 9 behind Leclerc. There is a good chance that Perez could quite possibly take on the Momegasque driver in the last few races to secure his spot in P2. Having won
a race in 2022 already, the Red Bull driver wants more.
Back in the first half of the season, Sergio Perez had quite nicely adapted to the 2022 Red Bull challenger and it showed in his performances which posed a moderate threat on his teammate Max Verstappen. Having earned his first pole position at Saudi Arabian GP, It didn’t take long for Perez to get his first win of the season. The Mexican’s won in Monaco which is considered by many as the most prestigious race of the season. Every driver dreams of winning the Monaco Grand Prix. Having won that, Perez was more than happy.
Although there is one race that the driver wants to win at any cost and it is anyone’s guess. Having scored a podium finish last year, Sergio Perez is fully focused on winning the Mexican Grand Prix which is also his home race. It’s safe to say that both the championships are in the hands of Red Bull as of now. This gives Perez the opportunity to give it his all in the race for his fans and his family. Her further gave his thoughts on is.
“I dream of winning the Mexican Grand Prix,” Sergio Perez tells the media
The Red Bull driver has a clear goal which he hopes to achieve this season. “My priority is to come at a very good time in my season. I dream of winning the Mexican Grand Prix,” he said. With the driver’s performance so far in the second half of the season, it seems to be a bit difficult but that’s where the fun is. With Mexico being the driver’s home race, there will be extra motivation to perform and to achieve victory at any cost.
With the championship already decided, Sergio Perez had furthermore said that he will be pushing to win each and every grand prix or make the efforts to do so at least. Having been on the back foot in the second half, Perez will be aiming for redemption starting from the Singapore GP taking place next month. It’s all to play for the Formula 1 veteran.