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“The Important Thing Now Is For Me to Progress Quickly” Sergio Perez Admits About His Role in Red Bull

Sergio Perez of the Red BullAC Racing is disappointed to not get the pole position at the grid for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Sunday, April 18, 2021.

Sergio Perez, the new Red Bull Racing driver is eager to make things fall into place and live up to his expectations in the team. The Red Bull Racing team expects challenging competitions from the Mexican. Conversely, which the driver somehow managed to fulfill, according to the fans and pundits.

Sergio, who joined the Milton-Keynes-based team from Racing Point this year, ignited the season with a bang. With a terrible engine issue right at the outset of the race at Bahrain, Perez still managed to wrap up at P5 and was selected as the driver of the race.

Talking about his new team and upcoming performances in his own YouTube channel, the 31-year-old driver conveyed, ”You don’t realise until you’re in why they’re so successful. Their mentality is not necessarily very strict.

They can be very relaxed, but when performance is required, they do it. That’s what makes Red Bull so unique in sports. The important thing now is for me to progress quickly because we have a competitive car now,” he further added.

Expectations are high with Sergio Perez at Red Bull

The Guadalajara born further asserted on his Red Bull stint, “When you come to Red Bull you immediately notice why they are so successful. The team is very powerful and they can do great things. So for me it’s a chance to look into the data and make big steps. I know where I’m falling short and see what I need to do to get closer to the level I’m supposed to be at,”

Sergio Perez of the Red Bull Racing went off the circuit during the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Sunday, April 18, 2021.

Sergio Perez of Red Bull Racing went off the circuit during the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Sunday, April 18, 2021.

Sergio currently stands at P8 with just 10 points in his tally after two races. He managed to finish at P12 at the recently concluded Italian Grand Prix. The Mexican international believes the season is still long with 21 more races to go and he can make amends to reach the top 5 with his performance.

Adding on, Perez finished at P4 with Racing Point last year, so the fans expect better from him this season. It’ll be interesting to see if the Red Bull driver can live up to his expectations.

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