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Launching their 2019 livery, but not the car, reports claiming Racing Point are in doubt for Monday’s opening day of testing.
The new Racing Point investors have wasted little time in splashing the cash as they try to establish the team as a “premium brand”.
The new season buzz has made its way to SportPesa Racing Point, who have their sights set on re-taking P4 in the Constructors’.
Sergio Perez believes he was put in the shadow of former teammate and the “next big thing” Esteban Ocon.
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Sergio Perez reckons Sauber, with its Ferari ties and “great team leader”, could be the team to watch in 2019 – and he’s not the only one bigging up Sauber’s chances.
Sergio Perez has warned former teammate Esteban Ocon that it’s “a risky move” as he prepares to sit out the 2019 season.
Chasing a top three finish in 2019, Sergio Perez says if he can’t be with Ferrari or Mercedes, Racing Point is a “great place to be.”
Sergio Perez claims that while Esteban Ocon had the beating of him in qualifying, he was the superior race driver throughout the 2018 season.
Sergio Perez insists he’s not worried about Lance Stroll’s arrival at Racing Point, as it is in the “interest of everyone including the team owner” to have a successful partnership.
Sergio Perez has admitted that the relationship with his former Force India team-mate Esteban Ocon was “never great”.
Sergio Perez believes Fernando Alonso’s plight shows “how bad F1 is” given that one of the best drivers in the world, is scrapping just to score points.
It was a bad day for Force India on Sunday in Mexico, with home favourite Sergio Perez retiring, and Esteban Ocon missing out on the points.
Sergio Perez and the Force India team sacrificed a possible Q3 showing to start on a better tyre compound for the race in Mexico.
Sergio Perez’s seat with Force India for the 2019 season has now been officially confirmed ahead of the United States Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez has applauded Force India’s improvements since the sale of the team, saying the team was “stuck in standy” in the months leading up to it.
Sergio Perez used the restart after the Virtual Safety Car to his advantage to close up and get past Romain Grosjean.
Pierre Gasly reckons “politics and money” have too big a say in the future of Formula 1 drivers, adamant that only “performance” should matter.
Esteban Ocon wants his Force India team to look at the tactics they used during the Russian Grand Prix in swapping the cars.
Sergio Perez has played down his collision with Sergey Sirotkin in Singapore, saying the incident “looked worse on the outside”.
Sergio Perez has said he has already moved on from his disastrous Singapore Grand Prix and is ready to make amends in Russia.
Having Daniel Ricciardo racing in the midfield next season will show just how “strong” the competition is; that’s according to Sergio Perez.
Expected to remain with Force India for 2019, Sergio Perez insists he is “happy” with the plans for his future.
Esteban Ocon says Sergio Perez held up his hand for their first lap crash in Singapore, apologising after the race.
Charlie Whiting has poured cold water over the suggestion that Sergey Perez deliberately hit Sergey Sirotkin in Singapore, saying it was just a misjudgement.
Lewis Hamilton found another gear, Singapore did not favour Ferrari and Max Verstappen came alive…
Lewis Hamilton once again extended his lead in the championship race with a solid win in Singapore while Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari botched the strategy game.
Force India team principal Otmar Szafnauer has said team orders are back in effect after Sergio Perez ended Esteban Ocon’s race in Singapore.
Esteban Ocon refused to pass judgement on his team-mate Sergio Perez after the latter squeezed him into the wall and out of the Singapore GP on Sunday night.
Both Sergio Perez and Sergey Sirotkin were given penalties for separate incidents during the Singapore Grand Prix.