F1: Checo Pérez: "We can be competitive and choose to finish on the podium"
the mexican pilot Sergio Perezwhich will come out ninth this Sunday in the Hungarian Grand Prixthe eleventh of the year, declared in the Hungaroring circuit that they can “Be competitive and choose to finish on the podium”.
“Today has been a very tight battle dominated by the compounds and the new tire format”said Checo, who is second in the World Cup, 99 points behind the leader, his teammate, the Dutchman Max Verstappen.
Later, the Guadalajara added.
You don't draw too many conclusions from the tyres, so we don't have much information about them for this weekend.
In addition, he assured that it was a solid day.
In Q3 I had a weak first sector on my last lap, which put me back; but despite that we had a solid day and we are focusing all our efforts on tomorrow.
Finally, Pérez commented on a positive result tomorrow.
I think we can be competitive and have a chance to finish on the podium, since we have a good car and good race pace. It's more difficult to overtake here, but I'm convinced we're going to have a good performance: everything is at stake on race day.
The race will take place this Sunday at 7:00 a.m. Central Mexico time.
(With information from EFE)
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