F1 | 'I will give everything to get the podium at home': Checo Pérez

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The Mexican Sergio 'Checo' Pérezdriver for the Red Bull team Formula 1trusted this Saturday that he will climb positions to get into the top three places, in the Mexican Grand Prix

He indicated that the support of the people who will gather this Sunday at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City will motivate him.

“Tomorrow I hope to have a good start and a great first corner to gain positions and from there be able to escape. Rest assured that I will give everything to get the podium at home“, he pointed out.

Sergio Pérez seeks to finish in second place in the championship, which Verstappen already secured with 466 points. Checo has 240 points, followed by the British Lewis Hamilton, from Mercedes, with 201.

He acknowledged this Saturday that he did not expect the Ferraris, which They will start first and second at the Mexican Grand Prix, they were so fast in Q3.

“We didn't expect the Ferraris, nor Daniel Ricciardo, to be so fast, but we can be more competitive in tomorrow's race which will be very long and in which I am sure we can come back,” said the Mexican, who will start in fifth position this Sunday at the Mexico City GP.

In addition to the Ferraris, which will start one and two, Pérez will be behind his teammate, the Dutchman Max Verstappenand the Australian Daniel Ricciardo, from Alpha Tauri.

The one born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, second in the F1 driver classification with 240 points, He detailed the problems he had with his car since Q2 in which they failed with the choice of compound.

“It was a shame to lose the compound in Q2, because At the beginning of Q3 we did not have good progression"We would have done better with new tires, but in Q2 I tried to warm up the tires, but things didn't work out," he explained.

Sergio Pérez underlined how closed the classifications are at present in Formula 1.

It was a super even classification from start to finish. It was defined by very small margins, two tenths would have changed our classification, but they are the margins that are managed today,” he noted.

(With information from EFE)

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