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Checo Perez marches into Formula 1 drivers’ third place

Mexican pilot Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez He finished fourth at this Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix formula 1 Despite having some electrical…

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Mexican pilot Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez He finished fourth at this Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix formula 1 Despite having some electrical problems with his car, but despite this, the Red Bull driver has finished third in the drivers’ championship.

Sergio Pérez has finished third in the Drivers’ World Championship, after adding 12 points at the Miami GP formula 1Which is dominated after five races by Charles Leclerc with 104 points, followed by Max Verstappen with 85 points.

check perezfourth in miami grand prix, after the race lamented his car’s technical problems that prevented him from overtaking Spaniard Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) to be able to take the podium. Speaking to the press after the race, he indicated that as much as he pressed to “stay close to him in the corners”, he lacked strength and that his overheated tires prevented him from overtaking.

Formula 1 World Championship drivers’ table after five races/@F1

Too many inconveniences for the Spanish to overcome in a race in which sensor problems caused him to lose up to seven seconds with the Madrid native. As such, the Mexican could not achieve what his teammate, the current world champion, the Dutch. Max Verstappenbeating the two Ferraris who overtook him.

Check He maintained his position and upset Sainz’s red car shortly after the safety car left the track after an accident with a dozen laps to go by Lando Norris. He tried aggressively, but was taking a slightly longer break and the Madrid man managed to maintain his position at the Miami GP. formula 1,

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To rectify the situation, they said they needed to “work harder” because there were too many problems and fortunately they were able to complete the race today on the circuit built around Hard Rock Stadium. miamiHowever, he admitted, “for a moment he was too close to finish the test for them”.

Which was a shame, because, he said, he was ready to take the stage and celebrate with large Latino and Mexican audiences, in particular, cheering him from the stands. “They have been incredible,” he assured about the first race on the calendar formula 1,

Checo Perez during a race at the Miami Grand Prix/EFE

He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidad d’Occidental, Guave Unit, specializing in Media. In his journey as a journalist, he has carried out works focused on agriculture, fishing, health and economic sectors. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a local reporter in Guasave, where he also covered the news, sports and police sections. Since 2017, he entered the digital arena as a reporter on the EL DEBATE newspaper portal www.debate.com.mx, specializing in the sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University System. cornelio.figueroa@debate.com.mx

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