F1: 'Checo' Pérez finishes third in P3 of the Mexican Grand Prix

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The Dutch Max Verstappen of Red Bull, three-time Formula 1 world champion, led the practices of the Mexican Grand Prix, as he also did on Friday in the first two rounds; the Mexican Sergio Perez finished third.

Ferrari began leading in the first minutes, with the Monegasque Charles Leclerc first and spanish Carlos Sainz second, although there were hardly any cars on the track to test the 4,304 meters of the circuit, the third shortest and the highest on the calendar.

The British George Russellfrom Mercedes, was the first to go under one minute and 19 seconds, with a time of 1.18.644, up to that point the best of the weekend, but, with more than half an hour to go, 'Mad Max', decided breaking all records, he wanted to put things back to their place and set a 1:18.429 that put him back in first place.

For his part, the Thai Alex Albonfrom Williams, confirmed the good feelings of his first day - in which he finished second, after Verstappen - and dropped below one minute and eighteen seconds (1:17.957 seconds), but, with ten minutes remaining, Verstsabaappen improved his time again to lead again the third test of the weekend, with a time of 1:17.887.

'Checo' Pérez He also improved his time, but he was not able to surpass Albon, in a test that, apart from Sainz, was not very eventful, since only the Alpine pilots, the Frenchmen Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly, took separate excursions. off the track.

Below are all the results of P3.

(With information from EFE)

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