"The absolute objective remains second place": Checo Pérez | Video
The Mexican Sergio Perez (Red Bull)who suffered this Sunday three penalties of five seconds each for exceeding the track limits on several occasions and finished tenth in the Qatar Grand Prix, seventeenth appointment of the 2023 season of the Formula 1, declared to EFE at the Lusail Circuit, which, despite a “disappointing and frustrating” weekend, “absolute goal” is to finish second in the drivers' championship.
Czech charged from the pit lane to P9 ⏫
— Oracle Red Bull Racing (@redbullracing) October 8, 2023
'Checo' Pérez, who adds six victories in the highest category, two of them this year in Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan, as well as 34 podiums, he pointed:
It's my absolute goal (second place). I've had a couple of bad races lately but as soon as we put that right we'll get back to form.
And the 33-year-old pilot from Guadalajara added:
It's been a long afternoon for me, with all these penalties. I think starting the race on the hard tyre, especially with the safety car that came out at the beginning, hurt us quite a bit.
After finishing tenth this Sunday in Lusail, Pérez Mendoza has 224 points, thirty more than English Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)third overall.
It was difficult for me to judge where exactly the boundaries of the track were; Others apparently had it much clearer; But to me all this seemed like a joke, to come to take these types of solutions, modifying everything at the last minute.
The Mexican pilot recognized that the This Sunday's race was a very tough physical demand, while acknowledging how frustrating his performance over the weekend left him.
It has been a frustrating race. I am very disappointed to have failed my team. It was a poor weekend. We hope to improve everything for the next races.
(With information from EFE)
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