F1: Checo Pérez and Max Verstappen play a 'don't fall' on the streets of Japan | Video

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Sergio Perez Y Max Verstappen strolled through the streets of Shibuya prior to the Japanese Grand Prix which will be held this weekend. The pilots of Red Bull Racing took a moment to rest and played a 'don't fall' in front of several Japanese fans.

In the video posted by Red Bull you can see the repertoire of skills he has 'Czech' for soccer. The man from Guadalajara connects the ball with his head, knee and his right foot; while, Verstappen he looked less comfortable with the ball and dropped it to end the 'don't drop' round.

In addition, during his tour through the streets of tokyo they visited the statue of Hashikothe famous dog that waited for his owner outside the train station for nine years, after his death.

The Japanese Grand Prix will be held this Sunday at the suzuka circuit. Verstappen will seek to lift his second title of the F1; while Perez Mendoza will try to outdo Charles Leclerc, of Ferrari, to place second in the World Championship.

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