Red Bull Honda F1 Sergio Perez has promised to continue fighting to help teammate Max Verstappen win the 2021 F1 title.
Sergio Perez, who has decided to stay in Red Bull F1 in 2022, in contrast to Valtteri Bottas, who has been questioned about his support for the title charge to Lewis Hamilton after the move to Alfa Romeo F1 has been decided. , Determined to support Max Verstappen.
“The current driver is Max. He’s very strong,” Sergio Perez told Canal Plus.
“It’s not easy to be his teammate, but I’m doing well.”
But when asked if being involved in the fierce Red Bull-Mercedes title battle is one of the most stressful seasons in F1 career, Sergio Perez admits, “That’s right.”
“We’re nearing the end, but we still have a lot to do. We didn’t play any more at this same stage of the other seasons.”
“But this season we’re fighting for both titles, and it’s huge.”
Regarding his own performance, 31-year-old Sergio Perez admits, “I wanted to win more races, but I had to adapt to the team.”
“That’s the actual process on such a competitive machine. It took a little longer than expected to get started.”
“But I understand how difficult it is to be successful in this sport. There is no guarantee. With so many good drivers and teams, there is no guarantee that you will even win one Grand Prix.”
And Sergio Perez says he will be happy to fully support his teammate Max Verstappen.
“It’s part of the game,” says Sergio Perez about playing the second field.
“Max is the one who is fighting for the championship, and I have no problem helping him. It’s in everyone’s interest. It doesn’t bother me.”
“I have a team spirit”
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