Sergio Chico Perez has achieved his best points harvester in 10 years of experience in Formula 1 Upon finishing in third place in Turkish GP, thus surpassing its best mark of 2020.
Checo Pérez added 15 points in Istanbul Park and achieved it Exceeded 125 units reached at Racing Point, now an Aston Martin, last year – by 10 points so far.
employment 2020 Checo Pérez had a great season when he finished fourth in the Drivers’ World Championship, and throughout the campaign he had a podium, results that opened the doors for him to reach the second best team in the category this year.
Check currently 135 points He has six more races ahead of him to extend his record. The calendar is preceded by events in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, the last date of the tournament.
This weekend also means a file Sergio Perez’s third podium this season In his first year with Red Bull, he achieved it tie 2012 podium sign, which until then was his best record in the same season.
Tapatio was able to match what he did nine years ago to the humble Sauber, when he climbed to the awards three times and maintained his personal streak throughout the ensuing years.
In the 2012 season, Checo Pérez climbed in the races of Malaysia (2nd place), Canada (3rd place) and Italy (2nd place). This put him on the radar of the big radar teams and the following year he signed with McLaren.
Checo added two podiums first in the 2016 season when he finished third on the tracks of Monaco and Azerbaijan (European Grand Prix). The same number of first three races were achieved in 2020, when he finished second in Turkey and rose to the top in Sakhir, thus capturing his first Formula 1 victory.
In the current 2021, he climbed for the first time in Azerbaijan, while later racing in France he finished third.
Since the race at Paul Ricard, Checo Pérez has had to wait nine races to see the Mexican flag among the highest rates again.
In that period, Guadalajara was fourth in Styria, and finished in the Italian race in third place, but after their punishment he was demoted to fifth and this Sunday he was third after living in an intense race that saw head-to-head duels with Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc.
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