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Aston Martin team boss Otmar Szafnauer said it’s a “shame” they had to let Sergio Perez go, if only you could have three race drivers.
F1’s amateur sleuths have concluded Sergio Perez’s Red Bull deal was finalised several days earlier than announced – thanks to a set of curtains.
Helmut Marko says that Sergio Perez’s “unbelievable” form in 2020 is why Red Bull chose the Mexican over Nico Hulkenberg.
Damon Hill thinks it is “great” for Sergio Perez that he got the Red Bull drive – but would like to have seen him at Ferrari.
Damon Hill believes Sergio Perez’s vast F1 experience should give him more clout at Red Bull than was the case with Pierre Gasly or Alex Albon.
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz said performance was the only deciding factor behind hiring Sergio Perez for 2021.
Red Bull are hoping for “a lot of input” from their new recruit Sergio Perez about the Mercedes engine – gathered as he worked his notice at Racing Point.
Gerhard Berger believes that Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen will make a strong team, and says Red Bull had to sign the Mexican.
Max Verstappen hopes that Sergio Perez can help push Red Bull forward in 2020, and also give him a competitive benchmark.
Giedo van der Garde expects Sergio Perez to push Max Verstappen hard, and thinks that will be good for both the drivers and the team.
Christian Horner says that Sergio Perez’s form in the second half of 2020, in particular, made it impossible for Red Bull to ignore him.
Sergio Perez has finally been given the chance he deserves, and while it took longer than he would have liked, it’s come at the perfect time.
Sergio Perez has been confirmed as a Red Bull driver for 2021, and a tweet from the Mexican racer may have explained how that door opened.
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Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes will have to “really step up our game” after Red Bull signed Sergio Perez to partner Max Verstappen.
Sergio Perez has said he is “incredibly grateful” for the chance to help Red Bull in their fight against Mercedes during the 2021 season.
Red Bull has officially confirmed the arrival of Sergio Perez as Max Verstappen’s new team-mate for the 2021 season with Alex Albon dropping to reserve driver.
There is never a good time for anyone to get COVID-19, but Sergio Perez believes he contracted the virus at a particularly bad stage of the season.
Would Red Bull be making the right choice if, as reports suggest, they replace Alex Albon with Sergio Perez? PlanetF1 readers have their say
Red Bull are expected to confirm Sergio Perez as Max Verstappen’s team-mate for 2021, perhaps as soon as the “coming week”.
Looking ahead to who his son could drive alongside in 2021, Jos Verstappen has said he’s unsure as to how good Sergio Perez is.
Sergio Perez’s final race for Racing Point didn’t have a fairytale ending, the Mexican driver the only retirement at the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP.
Sergio Perez’s final grand prix with Racing Point ended in heartbreaking fashion as he ground to a halt in Abu Dhabi.
Sergio Perez called it a “shame” that engine penalties mean he will start the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the back of the grid.
Sergio Perez believes Sebastian Vettel will “enjoy” working with “pure racers” at Racing Point in 2021 when they become Aston Martin.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner was grilled once again about the possibility of Sergio Perez replacing Alex Albon but nothing has changed with regards to the decision-making process.
Sergio Perez and Kevin Magnussen are both set for grid drops at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix due to some pesky engine penalties.
Sergio Perez says Red Bull’s Helmut Marko was among those who sent a congratulatory message after his Sakhir GP win.
Jolyon Palmer believes that, if Red Bull want to challenge for titles, they “must” replace Alex Albon with Sergio Perez.
Red Bull have an underperforming driver, and one of the best on the grid is free for 2021, so why exactly hasn’t Sergio Perez been signed?