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Otmar Szafnauer has challenged the theory that Sergio Perez caught COVID-19 on his trip home to Mexico – claiming the Racing Point driver contracted the disease on his return to Europe.
Sergio Perez has hit out at “bull****” and “disrespectful” reports that he visited sponsors when he returned to Mexico after the Hungarian GP.
Racing Point’s Sergio Perez has made it clear that he won’t accept “any blame” for his positive COVID-19 test.
Sergio Perez will be back in Formula 1 action for Racing Point at the Spanish Grand Prix after testing negative for COVID-19.
Sergio Perez is expected to produce a negative next COVID-19 test result and race at next week’s Spanish Grand Prix, according to his Racing Point team boss.
Sergio Perez has taken offence to the opinions being expressed about his actions after he tested positive for COVID-19.
Missing a second race in succession after again testing positive, Otmar Szafnauer admits Sergio Perez’s absence is “not ideal”.
Nico Hulkenberg will continue to drive for Racing Point at the 70th Anniversary GP after Sergio Perez returned a second positive test.
Has the time come for Red Bull to do something drastic? We discuss why Sergio Perez would be the ideal team-mate for Max Verstappen.
Sergio Perez’s participation in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone hinges on a negative COVID-19 test after it was confirmed he had completed his quarantine period.
Although Sergio Perez tested positive for Covid-19, the Mexican driver has revealed he remains asymptomatic almost a full week later.
FIA president Jean Todt believes Sergio Perez could have possibly “avoided” contracting COVID-19 by not making his visit to Mexico.
Never has an elbow bump said so much as when Sebastian Vettel did the protocol greeting with Lawrence Stroll at Silverstone, so says Sky F1’s Ted Kravitz.
Racing Point are still awaiting conformation on when Sergio Perez can return, but “conflicting reports” on UK quarantine laws are complicating matters.
Christian Horner says Sergio Perez’s positive coronavirus test is a “stark reminder” to F1 that protocols are in place for a reason.
Although coy on his talks with Sergio Perez, Otmar Szafnauer has denied reports the driver had a July 31st exit clause in his contract.
Otmar Szafnauer has defended Sergio Perez’s trip home to Mexico which preceded the Racing Point driver’s positive COVID-19 test – forcing him to miss the British Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg’s shock return to Formula 1 has been confirmed, replacing Sergio Perez at Racing Point for the British Grand Prix weekend.
Sergio Perez says he followed all the protocols that F1 has in place when he returned to Mexico to see his mother after she had a “big accident”.
Sergio Perez was excused from media duties on Thursday and is in isolation after returning an inconclusive COVID-19 test.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Giedo van der Garde has called on Red Bull to replace Alex Albon with Sergio Perez for the 2021 season.
Racing Point has already shown huge progress in 2020 compared to last season, and Sergio Perez thinks things will get even better.
Racing Point boss, Otmar Szafnauer, has said that Sergio Perez’s loyalty to the team will be considered when deciding on their 2021 line-up.
Aston Martin has offered Sebastian Vettel a deal for 2021 with Alfa Romeo interested in bringing Sergio Perez to replace Kimi Raikkonen.
It’s looking more and more like Sergio Perez’s days at Racing Point are numbered. If they do drop him, they’ll be making a huge mistake.
Sergio Perez concedes it is “obvious” who would leave Racing Point to make room for Sebastian Vettel as, as a dad, he wouldn’t sack his own son.
Locking out the second row of the Hungarian Grand Prix grid, Racing Point may issue team orders to prevent a disaster at the start.
Despite complaining of “dizzy spells” Sergio Perez was still able to join Racing Point team-mate Lance Stroll on the second row of the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Otmar Szafnauer says Sergio Perez knows what he needs to do to retain his race seat, but adds that Sebastian Vettel “knows how to win”.
Sergio Perez believes his Racing Point team have taken a “good step” that will make them more competitive if rain hits Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying.