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Sergio Pérez, F1 driver

personalia

Mexican
26 January 1990 (33)
Edgar Barth (26 January 1917)
David Purley (26 January 1945)

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statistics

4 (1.6%)
27 (11.1%)
1 ( Saudi Arabian Grand Prix) (0.4%)
0 (0%)
1st
12
243
230
1201 (4.9 points per race avg)
13795
255 (1.8%)
9 (3.7%)
26 (10.7%)
2011 Australian Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
2020 Sakhir Grand Prix
2022 Singapore 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.


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seasons

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins Sergio Pérez

# event constructor
1 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix round 16 Racing Point
2 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix round 6 Red Bull
3 2022 Monaco Grand Prix round 7 Red Bull
4 2022 Singapore Grand Prix round 17 Red Bull

pole positions Sergio Pérez

# event constructor
1 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix round 2 Red Bull

teams & teammates Sergio Pérez

season teammate
2011 Kamui Kobayashi
Pedro de la Rosa
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2012 Kamui Kobayashi
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2013 Jenson Button
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2014 Nico Hülkenberg
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2015 Nico Hülkenberg
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2016 Nico Hülkenberg
Force India compare 2016
2017 Esteban Ocon
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2018 Esteban Ocon
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2019 Lance Stroll
Racing Point compare 2019
2020 Lance Stroll
Nico Hülkenberg
Racing Point compare 2020
2021 Max Verstappen
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2022 Max Verstappen
Red Bull compare 2022

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Perez lost out to Charles Leclerc in the fight for second place in the championship after his two-stop strategy cost him track position to the Ferrari at the Yas Marina Circuit.
Perez was the first of the leaders to come into the pits, making the switch from his starting mediums to hards on lap 15 after seeing Leclerc close up.
It gave Leclerc a six-lap tyre delta for the second stint ...

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Perez and Leclerc started the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix level on points in the fight for the runner-up spot in the F1 drivers' world championship, knowing whoever finished ahead would take second place behind title-winner Max Verstappen.
As the race unfolded, Perez was hunting down Leclerc having committed to a two-stop strategy with his rival holding track position ahead of him in second place on a ...

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With Verstappen in command up front and the two Mercedes cars in the wars, the main interest in the race boiled down to a strategy offset between the one-stopping Leclerc and the two-stopping Perez in a tense final stint.
At the start, Perez launched well off the line to have a look down the inside of polesitter Verstappen at Turn 1 but was never a serious threat, while Leclerc held his third ...

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Leclerc and Perez head into F1's 2022 season finale on equal points, so whoever finishes the highest in Sunday's race will wrap up the position behind sovereign world champion Max Verstappen.
For all its world titles, it would be the first 1-2 finish in the drivers' championship in Red Bull Racing's history, and it would also be the best finish for a Ferrari driver since Sebastian Vettel in ...

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A week on from its difficult and controversial Sao Paulo Grand Prix, where Verstappen refused a late second race team order to let Perez by, the team had arranged things so Verstappen would aid Perez in qualifying at the Yas Marina track.
But at the start of Q3, Verstappen was left shaking his head in his pitbox while Perez queried the Dutchman's problem over his team radio, which was later ...

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The two-time champion improved on his last lap to run to a 1m23.824s effort, pipping Perez by 0.22s. Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc is set to lead a Ferrari second row on Sunday over the Mercedes contenders.
Purportedly, Q1 pacesetter Verstappen's RB18 suffered a start-up problem to delay his entry into the final session. Perez did query this partner's initial absence - a faulty steering wheel ...

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Aston Martin duo Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll opened the final practice session of 2022 on a toasty Yas Marina Circuit, with conditions not entirely representative of this afternoon's qualifying session held at dusk.
That contributed to a quiet opening period, with Ferrari the only frontrunning team keen to accrue mileage, Charles Leclerc leading early on with a modest 1m27.314s on medium ...

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Perez crashed at Portier in the dying seconds of a typically fraught Monaco qualifying, and was hit by the following car of Carlos Sainz.
The incident brought out a red flag and ended Max Verstappen?s chances of getting pole.
After Verstappen refused to help Perez by handing him sixth place and extra points on the last lap in Brazil multiple sources suggested that Monaco was the root cause ...

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Verstappen was ordered by his Red Bull team to give sixth position back to Perez on the final lap of last week's Sao Paolo race having been unable to overtake Alpine's Fernando Alonso for fifth.
The position would have helped Perez in his battle with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc for second in the 2022 standings, with the Mexican fuming after the race that Verstappen's insubordination "shows who he ...

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Max Verstappen might have lost his chance to end the 2022 Formula 1 season with a string of five successive victories last time out in Brazil, but he appeared to be in ominous form in Abu Dhabi practice, despite missing FP1.
The now two-time champion was one of eight 2022 regulars to make way for a mix of rookie and reserve drivers, although he soon led FP2, the only practice session that ...

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However, motor racing's governing body was clear on Friday that nothing had been mentioned to it so far and there were currently no plans for it to look into the matter.
Max Verstappen's refusal to accept team orders at the end of last week's Brazilian Grand Prix was triggered by his annoyance at an unspecified incident that took place with Perez earlier in the year.
While the world champion ...

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Perez spun rearwards at Portier in the closing minutes of the decisive qualifying session, striking the barrier, and was then hit hard by Carlos Sainz to bring out the red flags.
This curtailed the final laps of several drivers, including Perez's team-mate Max Verstappen, who was chasing pole, and meant they started from third and fourth position respectively behind Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc ...

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Perez was running in seventh place behind Verstappen when he was told that the Dutchman would move over on the final lap and cede the position to him.
The swap would have given him two extra points and put him clearly ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc in the battle for second place in the world championship, with just one race to go.
Instead, Verstappen ignored a specific team order to let ...

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Verstappen created a huge stir in Interlagos by disobeying a team order to let Perez into sixth place on the last lap, which would have been a huge boost to the Mexican's quest for second place in the world championship.
Horner immediately came onto the team radio and apologised to Perez. However he said nothing to Verstappen, contrary to his usual practice of congratulating the Dutchman on his ...

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Verstappen passed Perez following the safety car restart at Interlagos, but was told to give the place back and help Perez score more points in the fight for second in the championship ? only to ignore the call.
Verstappen told Red Bull on the radio that he ?gave my reasons and I stand by it? for not moving aside, while Perez told the team that it ?shows who he really is.?
It led ...

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Verstappen overtook Perez for sixth place following the safety car restart, and was told to try and catch Fernando Alonso and Charles Leclerc ahead on-track.
But Perez was informed that if Verstappen could not gain any more positions, the position would be given back to him in order to aid his bid for second place in the drivers? championship.
On the final lap, Verstappen was told to let ...

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Verstappen overtook Perez for sixth place following the restart after a late safety car period, and was encouraged to go and overtake Fernando Alonso and Charles Leclerc ahead to take points off them.
Perez was informed by his engineer, Hugh Bird, that if Verstappen could not overtake Alonso in the closing stages, he would give him the position back to help the Mexican in his push for second ...

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Perez was fastest in FP1, held on Friday morning, and Ocon set the pace in Saturday?s FP2, which was run after qualifying but ahead of the sprint race.
Brazilian Grand Prix FP1 results: Perez fastest from Leclerc






Cla
Driver
Chassis
Laps
Time
Gap
Interval
km/h




1
Sergio Perez
Red Bull
29
1'11.853 ...

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The hour of FP2 running, that during a sprint weekend falls between the Friday qualifying session and half-distance Saturday race,  has drawn widespread criticism about its uselessness.
With no need to chase one-lap pace, race runs dominated the order as Ocon came out on top despite running only with a scrubbed set of the red-walled soft tyres over Red Bull's Perez.
The Ferraris led the ...

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Perez ended up just 0.004s clear of Leclerc, with Max Verstappen third ahead of Carlos Sainz and Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
With just one hour of practice running to get in before Friday's qualifying session for the final sprint weekend of 2023, the pack headed out en masse at the start ? their running split across the hard and medium compounds.
Kevin Magnussen ...

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The local driver was left without information on his dashboard, including laptimes, and in the end he was relieved to recover to earn fourth on the grid for Sunday's race.
The electrical issue also created a DRS problem that left him seventh in Q1, although that problem was rectified for the later sessions.
He then got through Q2 in fifth place before improving by one spot in the final part ...

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The FIA confirmed following the start of opening practice at the Circuit of The Americas that Red Bull's Perez and Alfa Romeo driver Zhou had taken an additional engine component since the last race in Japan.
In both cases, it is their fifth internal combustion engine of the season, meaning both Perez and Zhou will drop five places on the grid from their qualifying position on Saturday.
It ...

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Ferrari driver Leclerc found himself coming under increasing pressure from Red Bull's Sergio Perez in the battle for second through the closing stages of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix.
Under braking into the Casio Triangle on the final lap, Leclerc ran deep and cut over the kerbs when rejoining the track ahead of Perez. He crossed the line three-tenths of a second ahead of Perez.
But the ...

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The safety car was called out after Carlos Sainz lost control and crashed on the first lap, and the crane ? and at least one marshal ? were on the circuit when the safety car led the field through the next time round, prior to a red flag before the end of that lap.
The presence of the tractor only became apparent to the world at large after Pierre Gasly, who pitted for a new nose and was ...

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Perez scored his second win of the 2022 season in Singapore last weekend, controlling proceedings at the front of the pack after seizing the lead from pole-sitter Charles Leclerc at the start.
It ended a run of form that saw Perez struggle to match Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen for form. In the eight-race run between Azerbaijan and Singapore, Perez was outscored by Verstappen by 104 points ...

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