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Mexican
26 January 1990 (31)
Edgar Barth (26 January 1917)
David Purley (26 January 1945)
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15 (7%)
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1st
2nd (2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix)
11
215
208
896 (4.2 points per race avg)
12612
108 (0.9%)
6 (2.8%)
24 (11.2%)
2011 Australian Grand Prix
2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Sergio Pérez

Sergio Pérez Mendoza (Spanish [?se?xjo ?pe?es] ; born 26 January 1990) also known as "Checo" Pérez, is a Mexican racing driver, currently driving for Force India.

Pérez was a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy until 2012. He took his first Formula One podium at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix with Sauber, a drive which won him plaudits and fuelled speculation of a move to Ferrari in the near future. However, Pérez later told reporters that he expected to stay with Sauber until at least the end of the 2012 season. Due to his young age and performance, he has been referred to as "The Mexican Wunderkind".

Pérez joined McLaren for the 2013 season, but the car failed to deliver the team a single podium finish. Subsequently for the 2014 season, the team decided to replace Pérez with Danish driver Kevin Magnussen very late into the season almost leaving Pérez without a seat. In December 2013, it was announced that Force India had signed Pérez in a €15 million deal.


source: Wikipedia

seasons

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

# event F1 constructor
1 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix round 16 Racing Point
2 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix round 6 Red Bull

pole positions

# event F1 constructor

teams & teammates

season teammate
2011 Kamui Kobayashi
Pedro de la Rosa
Sauber compare 2011
2012 Kamui Kobayashi
Sauber compare 2012
2013 Jenson Button
McLaren compare 2013
2014 Nico Hülkenberg
Force India compare 2014
2015 Nico Hülkenberg
Force India compare 2015
2016 Nico Hülkenberg
Force India compare 2016
2017 Esteban Ocon
Force India compare 2017
2018 Esteban Ocon
Force India compare 2018
2019 Lance Stroll
Racing Point compare 2019
2020 Lance Stroll
Nico Hülkenberg
Racing Point compare 2020
2021 Max Verstappen
Red Bull compare 2021

news

Perez was one of several high-profile drivers to change teams last year, with Daniel Ricciardo, Carlos Sainz Jr and Sebastian Vettel also on the move ahead of 2021.
They generally needed a long adaptation period to fully get on top of their new equipment, former Renault driver Ricciardo particularly struggling to adapt his driving style to the needs of the McLaren MCL35M.
Perez, who was ...

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Perez joined Red Bull from Racing Point for 2021, becoming Max Verstappen's fourth teammate in as many seasons.
The Mexican driver initially struggled to get to grips with the Red Bull RB16B car, which is known for requiring a very aggressive driving style, but he scored his second F1 win in Azerbaijan.
Perez finished the season strongly with podiums in Turkey, the United States and Mexico ...

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Five drivers' and four constructors' titles headline a CV that includes 75 world championship grand prix wins, enough for sixth on the all-time list behind Ferrari, McLaren, Mercedes, Williams and Lotus.
It also has a major junior driver programme, which has launched the careers of many successful drivers, including Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen.
For this list of top 10 F1 drivers ...

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Having switched from his long-time home at Racing Point, Perez struggled for much of the 2021 season to get fully up to speed with the RB16B.
A win in Baku in June was a major boost, and he logged four third places on his way to securing fourth in the points table.
However, new world champion Verstappen outscored him by 395.5 points to 190.
In the Abu Dhabi finale Perez was able to play a ...

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After Verstappen and Hamilton made their first pitstop in a gripping Abu Dhabi Grand Prix title showdown, Perez was put on "Plan B" by Red Bull, which meant he was asked to stay out on worn soft tyres to try and hold off Hamilton and let Verstappen close a seven second gap.
Hamilton used the DRS to pull alongside Perez on the run down to Turn 6 on lap 20, but Perez immediately cut back across ...

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Verstappen appeared to have been on the backfoot in pace terms compared to title rival Lewis Hamilton through the first two qualifying stages at the Yas Marina circuit.
But a supreme first lap in Q3, which was helped by a tow down the back straight from teammate Perez, produced an effort that secured him pole spot from title rival Lewis Hamilton.
While the scale of the gap to Hamilton after ...

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The new Jeddah circuit proudly boasts itself to be the fastest street circuit on the calendar, with Lewis Hamilton’s pole position lap coming in at 253.984km/h.
But its flat-out swooping characteristics, with barriers close to the circuit and a number of blind apexes, has opened the door for potential trouble when cars are running close to each other.
Perez thinks that the lack of space ...

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Red Bull enters the penultimate race of the season in Saudi Arabia trailing Mercedes by just five points at the top of the constructors’ championship, while Max Verstappen sits eight points clear of Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ standings.
It has given the team a shot at winning its first title since 2013, but Perez struggled to match Verstappen or Mercedes drivers Hamilton and Valtteri ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen goes into this weekend's Saudi Arabian GP - the penultimate round of the season - with an eight-point gap over Hamilton after having scored nine victories to the Briton's seven.
That advantage means Verstappen will have his first match point of the year at the Jeddah circuit, and will be crowned champion if he leaves Saudi Arabia with a 26-point gap to ...

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Red Bull driver Perez finished fourth in the 24-lap sprint race ahead of Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix, narrowly losing out to Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz in the fight for third place.
Perez was passed off the line by Sainz, who started on soft tyres. Despite closing on the Spaniard in the final stages as his mediums showed better pace, Perez was unable to get ahead.
The third and final ...

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After joining from Racing Point for the 2021 season, Perez initially struggled to get up to speed with the tricky Red Bull RB16B as he worked to adjust his driving style to the car.
But the Mexican driver has enjoyed a surge in form lately, scoring three consecutive podium finishes to draw Red Bull to within a point of Mercedes at the top of the constructors’ championship.
Perez put in one ...

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Red Bull Formula 1 teammate Max Verstappen took a dominant victory at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, leaving Perez to challenge Mercedes rival Hamilton for second place.
Perez sat within two seconds of Hamilton when Mercedes brought him into the pits, prompting Red Bull to go long with its strategy and open up an 11-lap tyre life advantage.
After pitting, Perez put his fresher tyres to ...

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Sergio Perez finished third after Hamilton held off the Mexican driver's stint two charge with a major tyre-life advantage versus the Mercedes.
At the start, Hamilton launched nicely off the line to quickly get up alongside Bottas on the inside run to the Turn 1 right-hander, while Verstappen closed in in their wake and them took the outside line.
The Red Bull driver braked later, with more ...

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Red Bull went into qualifying at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez as the favourite for pole after sweeping to a 1-2 finish in final practice, led by Sergio Perez.
But Mercedes upstaged Red Bull by topping all three stages of qualifying, with Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton taking first and second after the opening runs in Q3.
Verstappen hoped to make up the 0.350s gap to Bottas by getting ...

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Perez is gunning for what would be a hugely popular victory in front of his home crowd in Mexico City.
However, with his team-mate Verstappen locked in a close title fight with Lewis Hamilton, Red Bull knows that allowing Perez to lead home a 1-2 could prove decisive in the title outcome.
That is why Red Bull chief Christian Horner says the team would likely need to make the tough call in ...

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There was little action in the first half of the final one-hour practice session after a car in the Freightliner GTM support series dropped oil at the Turn 4 90-degree left-hander at the end of the track's second straight.
The issue had been treated with cement dust, but it was still enough to keep all the cars in their garages – unwilling to come out an clean the surface – until AlphaTauri ...

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Perez has the best opportunity of his career to win on home ground in Mexico City this weekend, with his Red Bull squad clear favourites against main rival Mercedes.
But, with his teammate Max Verstappen locked in a tight title fight with Lewis Hamilton, it is obvious that Red Bull will do all it can to help ensure his championship hopes are not compromised.
That could trigger a scenario ...

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While Perez has a golden chance to grab a victory that would delight the local crowd, he is well aware that Red Bull’s priority will be in ensuring his teammate Max Verstappen maximises his points.
One potential scenario is that Perez could be leading the race from Verstappen on Sunday, before being told to move aside and let the second car through.
Such a move would be tough to accept for ...

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The Mexican is heading into his home grand prix knowing he has the best opportunity of his career to triumph in front of his fans.
But despite the clear chance he has of gunning for a hugely popular victory, Perez is well aware that Red Bull's focus right now is on ensuring teammate Verstappen maximises his points scoring opportunities.
With Verstappen only 12 points clear of title rival ...

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The Mexican has struggled for most of the season to match the pace of his teammate Max Verstappen, outqualifying him just once across 2021.
Although Perez scored his first victory for the team in Baku in June, he endured a difficult run of six races between the British and Russian grands prix - in which he scored just 16 points.
During that run, he endured the misfortune of becoming a ...

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Perez was running third in the closing stages at Austin, with second-placed Hamilton on course to grab the extra championship point that comes from taking the fastest lap.
With the title battle between Verstappen and Hamilton so tightly poised, one of the features of this season has been of Mercedes and Red Bull trying to deny their rival the extra fastest lap by using their second ...

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Perez scored back-to-back podiums for the second time this season by finishing third at the Circuit of The Americas on Sunday, helping Red Bull make inroads on Mercedes at the top of the constructors' championship.
Perez started well and was side-by-side with teammate Max Verstappen on the opening lap, and sat close enough to race leader Lewis Hamilton in the opening stages to prevent Mercedes ...

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In Saturday's FP3 session, title rivals Hamilton and Verstappen both showed they still had plenty of pace in hand for qualifying but track limits excursions on their final timed laps meant that pace didn't translate into a valid laptime.
Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel was the first driver to take to a sunny Circuit of the Americas for the final hour of practice in what was a quiet early stage ...

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Bottas set the quickest time of the day in FP1, which was fractionally faster than Red Bull’s Sergio Perez managed when he topped FP2 later in the afternoon.
US Grand Prix FP1 results: Bottas fastest from Hamilton






Cla
Driver
Chassis
Laps
Time
Gap
Interval
km/h




1
Valtteri Bottas
Mercedes
17
1'34.874 ...

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Hamilton's 1m34.842s would have edged him ahead of Perez by 0.104s, but going beyond the accepted track limits at the penultimate corner on a qualifying simulation run mid-way through the second 60-minute session cost the world champion the top spot and left the Red Bull heading the times with a 1m34.946s.
In sweltering conditions at the Circuit of the Americas, the pack initially emerged on ...

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