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Planet F1 sat down with SportPesa Racing Point’s Sergio Perez at the British Grand Prix. Do races feel like Groundhog Day for him?
Sergio Perez says an issue with his steering that affected the brake balance led to his crash with Nico Hulkenberg at the British Grand Prix.
SportPesa Racing Point driver Sergio Perez was “surprised” but also happy that Max Verstappen wasn’t penalised in Austria, adding that now needs to be the rule.
Sergio Perez believes SportPesa Racing Point could be in the hunt for points after a strong start to their British Grand Prix weekend.
Out of luck and out of the points in Austria, Sergio Perez says he gave “everything” but it wasn’t enough.
Sergio Perez may be feeling aggrieved by his French GP penalty but FIA race director Michael Masi feels he gained an advantage by cutting the corner and therefore deserved the penalty.
Sergio Perez has said he doesn’t understand why he was given a penalty at the French Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez concedes SportPesa Racing Point need to resolve their “balance and load” issues if they want to challenge for best of the rest this season.
Sergio Perez says he has no gripe with his team after SportPesa Racing Point split strategies in Canada, resulting in points for Lance Stroll and a P12 for Perez.
The FIA are set to take more stringent measures with regards to marshals being on the track following Sergio Perez’s near-miss with the Monaco GP marshals.
Sergio Perez has called for a rethink of the layout of the seafront chicane in Monaco, saying something needs to be done to penalise those who cut it.
Sergio Perez was left shaken after he almost ran over two marshals under Safety Car conditions in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Racing Point principal Otmar Szafnauer hopes the team’s planned summer upgrade can “help improve the car forever”.
Racing Point’s Sergio Perez has warned there will be mass driver exits unless Formula 1 make the Championship more about drivers.
Despite finishing best of the rest in Baku, Sergio Perez says Racing Point are still “playing catch up” in Formula 1’s midfield battle.
In a career spent where this “best of the rest” kind of territory is the most Sergio Perez can hope for, he’s made it his own and, unlike so many others, has got multiple podiums along the way…
Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll are in high spirits after taking their cars home in P6 and P10 respectively at Baku, giving Racing Point a double points finish.
Sergio Perez produced the magic again at the Baku City Circuit by claiming P5 on the grid for Sunday’s race.
Racing Point driver Sergio Perez has described team owner Lawrence Stroll as “probably the most motivated person we have”.
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.