F1: 'Checo' Pérez sees himself 'off the track' in five years

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The Mexican pilot in the Formula 1, Sergio 'Checo' Pérezhe assured in an interview with the sports network ESPNthat in five years already anticipates being removed from the slopesthis to focus “100%” on their children.

After being asked during the interview about where the man from Guadalajara sees himself in five years, he stated: “Perhaps very different from what he is today, off the slopes and focused 100% on my children, on my familyto support them in fulfilling their dreams.”

At the moment, 'Checo', which is in Las VegasUnited States prior to this weekend's Grand Prix, has contract with the Red Bull team until 2024when he will run his fourteenth season in the top category.

'Checo' Pérez in interview during the Las Vegas Grand Prix | Photo: Reuters

With a performance drop After the first races of the calendar, where he took two first positions, the Guadalajara's future has been up in the air despite being second in the Drivers' Championship.

In this regard, he added in the interview: “I wouldn't say it would be a 100% successful season. (2023), I think very good at the beginning, very difficult when the car started to get complicated; But we moved forward, we never broke down despite the difficult races we had, the difficult moments we had over the years.”

Now we have the opportunity to secure the runners-up spot.“, he stated in this regard for the sports station.

He Las Vegas Grand Prixpenultimate of the year and which could mean the runner-up finish ahead of Hamilton, will start its first edition on this night Thursday from 10:30 p.m., central Mexico time, with his first free practice. The second departure will be at 02:00 in the morning. That same Friday at 10:30 p.m. will be the last training session.

The starting grid will be decided with the classification he Saturday, November 18 at 02:00 in the morning (early morning from Friday to Saturday), and the great career on the Las Vegas street circuit will be the Sunday 19 o'clock at 00:00 hours.

Presentation of the Las Vegas Grand Prix street circuit | Photo: Reuters

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