F1: Checo Pérez, eliminated in Q1 of the British GP

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The Mexican Sergio Perez, of Red Bull, was eliminated this Saturday in the first round (Q1) of the qualification for the British Grand Prixthe tenth of the Formula 1 World Championship and which is held at the English circuit of Silverstone.

English Lando Norris (McLaren) set the best time in Q1 by covering the 5,891 meters of the English track in one minute, 28 seconds and 917 thousandths, 726 less than the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari).

The session, which took place in variable conditions, was interrupted for a few minutes, with a red flag -with 3:11 remaining- to withdraw the Haas from the Dane Kevin Magnussen, which had run out of power; and that was also removed. On a track that was improving, as it dried up, so the last attempt was crucial for everyone and the outcome became a real madness.

Eliminated in the first round (Q1):

For the moment, the 'qualy' is still being disputed.

(With information from EFE)

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