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Sergio Perez’s three-year Racing Point contract may be his last in Formula 1, that’s his thoughts should he not be in a race-winning position come 2022.
Sergio Perez believes no other F1 team has the potential to improve to the level which Racing Point can in 2020.
Racing Point owner, Lawrence Stroll, is believed to be ‘closing in’ on acquiring a major stake in struggling luxury car maker Aston Martin.
Lance Stroll has revealed that an awkward seat fit was part of “a lot of details” that contributed to poor form, especially in qualifying.
Lance Stroll has said that his 2019 Racing Point car is in a “different category” to the Williams car he drove last year.
Sergio Perez believes a “big year” is on its way for Racing Point in 2020 after a difficult 2019.
Lance Stroll says Racing Point will show how “strong” they can be when the 2020 season starts in Melbourne.
F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn has refuted Andrew Green’s claim that F1’s 2021 cars will be a “nasty piece of work”.
Sergio Perez believes a “fundamental” problem with Racing Point’s RP19 cost them performance in 2019.
Rumours have been circulating that Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll could invest in Aston Martin, and investor talks have been confirmed.
Robert Kubica is reportedly set to snub Haas, opting instead to sign as Racing Point’s reserve driver for the 2020 F1 season.
Racing Point owner Lawrence Stroll is reported to be interested in buying a major stake in Aston Martin, according to Autocar and RaceFans.net.
In round two of three, PlanetF1 delves into the performances of every driver, now it’s the turn of McLaren, Renault, Toro Rosso and Racing Point.
Racing Point CEO Otmar Szafnauer admits they are one of the teams tracking the progress of Mick Schumacher, while Nicholas Latifi is also on their radar.
Racing Point boss Otmar Szafnauer says the team’s disappointing 2019 isn’t a surprise following the “turmoil” of last season.
The US GP stewards were right to penalise Daniil Kvyat as he not only hit Sergio Perez but lined up the pass despite yellow flags, says SportPesa Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer.
Sergio Perez’s weighbridge infringement could result in a rule change with the FIA admitting the punishment didn’t fit the crime, according to a report.
Sergio Perez will start the United States Grand Prix from the pit-lane after failing to stop at the weighbridge at the end of FP2.
Jacques Villeneuve feels Racing Point have risked retribution for their “cheap” shot at Renault at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Matching his best-ever result in Mexico, Sergio Perez says Sunday’s P7 felt “like a victory” for Racing Point.
Racing Point CEO Otmar Szafnauer insists that the team’s appeal against Renault was an attempt to get clearance to copy their brake bias system.
Sergio Perez says that both he and Racing Point themselves know that they “haven’t improved enough” throughout 2019.
The F1 bosses will meet with Liberty Media and the FIA on Wednesday for crunch talks with Zak Brown calling for “radical change” for 2021.
The FIA have seized the steering wheels and standard Electronic Control Units from both Renault cars following a SportPesa Racing Point protest.
SportPesa Racing Point principal Otmar Szafnauer has warned that F1 cars could all look the same in 2021 and be the same speed as F2.
Sergio Perez is determined to finish in the points at the Singapore Grand Prix after a tough Saturday at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
F1’s 2020 regulations may be locked into place but changes will be made should the FIA learn any valuable lessons from Anthoine Hubert’s fatal crash.
Sergio Perez has explained the reasons why he decided to commit his long-term future to SportPesa Racing Point until the end of the 2022 season.
Sergio Perez wants SportPesa Racing Point to be the fourth-fastest team in Formula 1 by the end of 2019.
It was a hard-earned seventh place for Sergio Perez at the Italian GP with the Mexican praising the team’s “strong strategy”.