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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.
Sergio Perez has made it clear that he would be unlikely to sign a new deal to stay in F1 if he isn’t competing at the front of the grid by 2022.
Sergio Perez is hoping to “attack McLaren” in the 2020 season and also set a target of being “significantly closer” to the top three in Formula 1.
Sergio Perez believes that TV directors are “not doing a great job” of showing the best action during an F1 race.
Sergio Perez believes a “big year” is on its way for Racing Point in 2020 after a difficult 2019.
Sergio Perez believes a “fundamental” problem with Racing Point’s RP19 cost them performance in 2019.
Closing in on Lando Norris in Abu Dhabi GP, Sergio Perez went around the outside of the McLaren at Turn 11 to pull off “one of the best” moves of his career.
Despite Mercedes set to be one of the hardest hit teams, Valtteri Bottas has backed the plan to introduce a budget cap in 2021.
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.
Daniil Kvyat has been given a five-second time penalty for causing a collision with Sergio Perez on the last lap of the United States GP.
Valtteri Bottas will start the United States GP, a must win for the Finn in the title race, from pole position with Lewis Hamilton P5 on the grid.
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.
Sergio Perez reminded Daniel Ricciardo that he “doesn’t have that Red Bull anymore” after a speculative late-braking overtake attempt in Mexico.
Matching his best-ever result in Mexico, Sergio Perez says Sunday’s P7 felt “like a victory” for Racing Point.
Sergio Perez says that both he and Racing Point themselves know that they “haven’t improved enough” throughout 2019.
Sergio Perez has bemoaned the situation that Nico Hulkenberg finds himself in, saying the fact that the German can’t get a seat for 2020 shows that “other factors” play a big role in F1.
Sergio Perez believes F1 circuits should take a few lessons from the Suzuka circuit on how to control track limits naturally.
Due to a glitch in the timing system, Sergio Perez has scored points at the Japanese GP despite crashing out.
Sergio Perez has expressed his anger at Pierre Gasly’s aggressive defensive driving, which caused the former to crash late in the race.
Sergio Perez is determined to finish in the points at the Singapore Grand Prix after a tough Saturday at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
Sergio Perez has been handed a five-place grid penalty for a new gearbox following his crash in FP3 at the Singapore GP.
Charles Leclerc claimed the final practice P1 in Singapore as Sergio Perez brought out the red flag when he whacked the barriers.
Kevin Magnussen has denied Sergio Perez’s claims he broke a gentleman’s agreement leading to their Singapore GP practice clash.
Lance Stroll has hailed Sergio Perez’s influence, saying his Racing Point team-mate “pushes me 100 per cent and that makes me stronger”.
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”.
Crashing out of FP1 in the wet at Monza, Sergio Perez says the blame belongs solely to Pirelli’s ineffective wet tyres.