F1: Checo Pérez: "It was a demanding classification, but we will go for the podium"

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The Mexican Sergio Perezfrom Red Bull, who will start seventh this Sunday in the Dutch Grand Prixsaid at the Zandvoort circuit that "it was a demanding qualification with variable conditions, but" that he will try to fight “for the podium”.

“It was a demanding qualifying, with changing conditions and the number of red flags. It is clear that he wanted to have finished higher, especially with a view to the race, because it is not a track where overtaking is easy", explained Checo, who is second in the World Championship, 125 points behind the leader, his teammate the Dutchman Max Verstappen.

The strategy in Q3 was possibly not the best.

"Now we have to look forward, because we have a great racing car," said the brave driver from Guadalajara and added.

We had good race pace (in free practice) on Friday and in sims, so we hope to improve tomorrow.

“I want to maintain the good run from before the vacation break; so I hope we can advance through the group and finish on the podium”, concluded the Mexican from the Austrian team this Saturday in Zandvoort.

(With information from EFE)

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