F1: "We had a great fight from start to finish": Sergio Pérez | Video
Sergio Perez (Red Bull)second in the drivers' classification in the Formula 1who had to give up third place to the Spanish Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) for only 53 thousandths of a second and finished fourth Brazilian Grand Prix, declared in the Interlago Circuits that “the truth is that” The Asturian double world champion “had a great career” and what they had “a great fight, from start to finish.”
“It was a great fight, from start to finish, especially in the last laps. The truth is that Fernando had a great race," admitted 'Checo' Pérez, who has six victories and 34 podiums in the premier category.
“He is a driver with whom you can fight so evenly”added the man from Guadalajara to Daznthis Sunday, at Interlagos.
Perez Mendozreinforced its second place, a position it now occupies with 258 points, 32 more than the seven-time English world champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)eighth this Sunday in the Jose Carlos Pace Autodrome in Sao Paulo.
“With very few pilots in this category you can do this type of maneuvers,” 'Checo' stressed in reference to the Asturian star, in a second youth at 42 years old; who this Sunday signed his eighth podium of the season, he number 106 since racing in F1, in which it faces its twentieth season.
The truth is that I enjoyed it, it was fun. It was a fight from start to finish; and whoever won deserved it.
“This weekend has been very good, We are in a great moment despite what happened in Mexico (where he abandoned after crashing, risking too much, in the first corner). Let's think positive; and the truth is that Second place in the championship is getting closer and closer”'Checo' declared this Sunday after finishing fourth in Interlagos.
(With information from EFE)
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