Sergio Perez, the 31-year-old veteran driver feels the winning mentality is considerably different at Red Bull. The Mexican beholds the visible difference in attitude at his new team. Unlike his former team Racing Point “Winning is everything” at the Milton Keynes-based team resounded Checo.
The former Force India driver believes his new team has greater concern for victory. On the prior team’s comparison, the Mexican emphasized, “When I was at Racing Point, it was a bit different, because we didn’t have… such a car underneath us. So just the mindset is different, because you are there to maximise your result”
While talking about his new car and the team, Perez conveyed to Beyond The Grid, “Red Bull is a very big team, and you can see the passion in it for winning. Everyone who works here, their mindset is about winning. Winning, winning, winning. Winning is everything.”
Just a few days to be in the car. It’s been a very intense offseason, with a lot of work. Im in the best shape of my life and hungrier than ever
— Sergio Pérez (@SChecoPerez) March 9, 2021
Sergio Perez and Red Bull, the possibilities.
Sergio joined Red Bull prior to this season on one-year deal. The former Sauber driver to partner with Dutch-Belgian Max Verstappen as Red Bull will look forward to lock horns with Mercedes, the reigning champions. Red Bull’s new RB16B received many accomplishments at the pre-season testing, which was quite a shock to the Formula One fans.
Perez however, hopes to work out a little more with the new RB16B before the season begins. It will now be interesting to see how the Mexican fares with the changed mentality, and the changed team, as the season gets underway in Bahrain in a few days time.
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