F1: Checo Pérez: "You have to go up a gear in qualifying"

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the mexican pilot Sergio Perezfrom Red Bull, set the fourth fastest time in practice on the first day of the Spanish Grand Prixthe seventh of the year. “We will have to go up a gear in qualifying” this Saturday, declared Checo after a good day.

“We always try a lot of things in Barcelona, ​​because it is always the most representative track we visited and he makes everything fit with a view to the season”, commented the man from Guadalajara, second in the Drivers' Championship with 105 points, 39 less than the leader, his teammate Max Verstappen.

Later, Pérez Mendoza added.

The changes on the track with the last two corners (the chicane at the end of the Montmeló track was eliminated) is difficult for the neck, although it was a short day; but we will certainly notice it much more on Sunday. It will be difficult for the muscles.

"Today has been a good daywe have a lot of information that we will be able to analyze tonight”, commented the brave driver from Guadalajara this Friday in Montmeló, where last year he was second and only his team's strategy deprived him of victory, in favor of 'Mad Max'.

Finally, Checo commented.

I think, in any case, that there have been many positive things to take away, but we will have to go up a gear for qualifying, as well as understand the tires in long runs. That and tire degradation will be crucial on Sunday at this track.

The Mexican will look for his third victory of the season this Sunday at 7:00 a.m., central Mexico time, after those of Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan; The 'qualy' will take place this Saturday at 08:00.

(With information from EFE)

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