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Perez says a return to “the podium will be the target” in F1 Spanish GP amid performance slump

After a string of subpar showings and two consecutive DNFs, Sergio Perez finds himself under pressure to deliver a strong performance this weekend as F1 heads to Barcelona.  His task will be made all the more difficult by the 3-place grid penalty imposed on him in the aftermath of his crash in the Canadian Grand…

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We’re “going to have to be really at the top of our game to keep eking out a gap” in close 2024 F1 fight — Horner

A bittersweet weekend for Red Bull at the Canadian Grand Prix, with Max Verstappen taking the win ahead of Lando Norris and Sergio Perez retiring after causing an incident in the last laps. In qualifying Verstappen had matched exactly the same time of Polesitter George Russell and he fought his way through an action-packed race…

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Horner: Red Bull needs Perez “at the top of his game” after “horrible” F1 Canadian GP

Red Bull team principal and CEO Christian Horner has urged Sergio Perez to improve his performance and form after a “horrible” weekend at the 2024 Canadian GP saw the Mexican fail to progress from Q1 on Saturday and crash out from Sunday’s Grand Prix. Perez had a few incidents along the race, including contact with…

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F1 | Canadian GP | Race | Max Verstappen masters Montreal to win wild race from Norris and Russell

The Saubers of Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu started from pit lane. They changed to a different rear wing spec as they looked to take advantage of the wet conditions. RUS, VER, NOR, PIA, RIC, ALO, HAM, TSU, STR, ALB, LEC, SAI, SAR, MAG, GAS, PER, HUL, OCO was the final starting grid. 18 drivers…

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“Any team would be privileged to have Sainz” — James Vowles hopeful the Spaniard will join Williams F1 next year

Carlos Sainz is undoubtedly the hottest topic on the Formula 1 drivers’ market since it was announced that Lewis Hamilton is taking his seat at Ferrari next year. However, the options he seemed to have at the start of the season are slowly slipping through his fingers, with Sergio Perez securing a two-year contract extension…

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“I think I didn’t sign my last contract” — Pérez expects to continue in F1 beyond 2026

Earlier in the week, Red Bull made official the renewal of Sergio Pérez with the team on a 2-year contract. Looking ahead to the ninth round of the championship to be held at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit, Pérez shared the details of the negotiation that led him to continue being a Red Bull driver until…

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“My priority is Red Bull” — Tsunoda says RB F1 is his first choice for 2025 despite interest from other teams

Yuki Tsunoda has been starring with his excellent results since the start of the season, scoring important points, including his home race in Japan, for the RB team. And furthermore, outperforming his teammate Daniel Ricciardo by some margin — fourteen points and four positions in the Drivers’ Championship standings to be exact. However, with Sergio…

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Sergio Perez agrees new 2-year deal with Red Bull Racing to stay on through to 2026

Sergio Perez’s time at Red Bull Racing will continue into 2025 and beyond, with the 34-year-old agreeing a new multi-year deal with the Milton Keynes-based squad. Since joining the team ahead of the 2021 season, Perez has won 5 races, bagged 29 podiums and scored 3 pole positions, including his first in Formula One at…

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“Let’s see over the next few circuits how things how things pan out” — Horner staying calm in F1 title battle following disappointing Monaco GP

Despite the team’s dominance within the past few Formula 1 seasons, Red Bull Racing has faced some surprising problems thus far in 2024, particularly when it comes to handling the bumps and kerbs on certain circuits.  Despite the team continuing to lead in both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships, the most recent grand prix’s have…

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