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Signing with McLaren for just one season, Sergio Perez reckons that move “damaged my reputation in Formula 1” and cost him a shot at a Ferrari drive.
Lance Stroll kept an unwanted record intact ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix with a seventh consecutive Q1 exit.
Sergio Perez believes Racing Point have fallen behind their midfield rivals despite scoring points in Australia and Bahrain.
Racing Point chief Otmar Szafnauer believes the ‘different dynamic’ between drivers Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll is benefiting the team.
Although Sergio Perez bagged his first points of this season in Bahrain, the Racing Point driver concedes his team are not where they want to be with their RP19.
Sergio Perez has heaped further praise on new team-mate Lance Stroll, saying he is the closest-matched driver in terms of race pace.
Racing Point’s Sergio Perez is “more optimistic than he used to be” over the Mexican Grand Prix’s future in Formula 1.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen will not be hit with a grid penalty the FIA have confirmed after his unsafe release in qualifying.
Sergio Perez has been pleasantly surprised from what he has seen from Lance Stroll so far at Racing Point.
Sergio Perez says he is done with the Ferrari dream, rather his goal these days is to take Racing Point “to the next step.”
Racing Point’s Sergio Perez has joined in the praise aimed at Formula 1 chiefs regarding their aerodynamic changes for 2019.
Racing Point can expect a “massive package upgrade” ahead of the Australian Grand Prix with the team having money to spend as needed, according to Sergio Perez.
Sergio Perez fears that if the Mexican Grand Prix is dropped from the calendar, his home race may be gone for decades.
Sergio Perez has offered an explanation behind Racing Point’s uninspiring numbers at the first pre-season test.
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.