"If I'm honest, I would try it again (overtake)": Sergio Pérez | Video

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Sergio 'Checo' Pérez, second in the classification of the 2023 season of the Formula Oneassured this Sunday that if he could, I would insist on the risk attack that it cost him to be left out of the Mexican Grand Prix this Sunday at Hermanos Rodríguez Autodrome.

Perez Mendoza He pointed out in reference to the accident that cost him abandonment:

If I'm honest, I would try it again; For me a podium was not going to be enough; The only thing I dream of is winning at home.

From the fifth positionthe Mexican attacked at the start of the race, he was left to the left of the Monegasque car Charles Leclerc, of Ferrari, with which he had an impact, a consequence of which He left the track with major damage to his car.

It hurts me a lot, we had a good chance. I tried and if I had done well, it would have given me a chance to win the race. It was not so; I had contact with Charles and he was unfortunate.

Sorry, 'Checo' Pérez confessed that he had too much desire to win in Mexico and he went in search of his dream, in a risky decision.

The team tried to solve the problems, but after losing so much time and seeing the damage to the car, there was nothing to do and we decided to leave.

Sergio Pérez adds 240 points with those that appear in the second place in the drivers classificationbehind the Dutch Max Verstappen of his own team, with 466 units that ensure he retains the title of world champion.

Pérez scores 39 points of advantage to British Lewis Hamilton, from Mercedes, who could greatly reduce the difference if it is a protagonist in Mexico.

(With information from EFE)

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