Checo Pérez exhibited Lewis Hamilton after recording him while he was sleeping at the Las Vegas GP
He Las Vegas Grand Prix It has generated all kinds of comments from fans, media, drivers and teams. Just as there have been good and bad moments, there have also been somewhat funny situations, a fact that the Mexican pilot himself Sergio 'Checo' Pérez He was responsible for sharing on his social networks and demonstrating his good friendship with Lewis Hamilton.
At the moment, Czech Perez accumulates 258 points in the season, while hamilton He finds himself with 226 points. With only two races left on the horizon, it will be enough for the Guadalajara driver to be ahead of the Briton in both races to secure the runner-up spot. Starting from that premise, the duel between the Mexican and the British will be one of the ones that receives the most spotlight and attention in 'Sin City'.
However, during the last hours the good friendship that exists between both drivers was evident and made it clear that the rivalry only remains on the track. It was during the drivers' meeting prior to the qualifying round, where Czech He did not miss the opportunity to record the seven-time world champion just at the moment when the latter fell asleep during the talk.
The Red Bull driver shared the moment on his Instagram stories and added the description: “someone has some jet lag.” Beyond the reactions that there were, there was a lot of talk about the Briton's attitude and pointing out that everything is a sign of the fatigue that has occurred in all the drivers on the grid thanks to the atypical schedules of the Las Vegas GP.
It is worth remembering that in this renewed and updated circuit, the drivers and all the people from the teams have had to work during the early hours of the morning, free practice and qualifying.
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