Sergio Perez “I only hear positive stories from Aston Martin F1″[F1-Gate.com]

Sergio Perez spent eight years with the team now branded as the Aston Martin F1 Team.

The Aston Martin F1 Team was formerly known as Racing Point and before that Force India. Sergio Perez joined Force India in 2014 after a disappointing season at McLaren.

Sergio Perez scored his first win at the Sakir Grand Prix, the penultimate race of 2020, when he was expected to leave the team, and was signed by Red Bull a few weeks later.

Since then, Sergio Perez has had the most productive period of his F1 career, which began in 2011, with three more victories.

Aston Martin F1 finished a disappointing 7th in the constructors’ standings this year, but in 2023 Fernando Alonso joined technical director Dan Fallows, who was head of aerodynamics at Red Bull, making a big impression for the first time, I hope see some improvement.

“I think Fernando will lift the team a lot,” Perez told DAZN.

“What I’m hearing is that it’s going to be a very competitive year for Aston Martin.

“It would be very good for the sport and for everyone to have Fernando fighting at the front, fighting against Carlos (Sainz) and us (Red Bull).”

During the interview, Sergio Perez also reflected on his own campaign. The season ended with Perez giving up hope of winning the Monaco Grand Prix and becoming a contender for the world championship until teammate Max Verstappen dominated the race.

“For me, winning in Monaco was very special. Winning in Monaco is pure sporting history and a very special moment in my career,” said Sergio Pérez.

“We were very competitive, especially at the start of the season, but there was a period when we lost a few races in the battle for the championship.

“The important thing is to be able to be consistent throughout the year to be in contention for the championship, so I think we have learned a lot from those moments which will make us stronger moving forward. “

“At the end of the day, both drivers need to deliver consistent results throughout the season to win the Constructors’ Championship, so it’s been a very special year for the whole team. It’s been fantastic.”

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