‘Czech’: I am disappointed, today we pay the price of a bad rating

The Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull), second in the Formula One World Cup, who finished fourth in the Spanish Grand Prix, said at the Montmeló circuit (Barcelona) that he is “disappointed” because this Sunday they paid “the price of a bad grade”.

“I’m disappointed, because today we paid the price for a bad qualifying, we had a good strategy, but considering where we started (11th) this is all we could do. I think third place would have been possible, but to do so I would have had to take many more risks in the first round, potentially compromising my career”, commented ‘Checo’, born 33 years ago in Guadalajara (Jalisco) and who is second in the World Cup, 53 points behind 170 with which his partner leads, the Dutchman Max Verstappen, who this Sunday added his fifth victory of the year.

“(The Englishman) George (Russell, from Mercedes) went all the way on the first lap, in which he gained a lot of positions, but we took it more calmly, to make sure we had a cleaner start,” explained the Mexican. , with six victories and thirty podiums in the premier class.

“Then we fell behind Aston Martin and (Spanish double world champion) Fernando (Alonso) was very difficult to overtake, which meant that I couldn’t move through the group as fast as I would have liked,” said ‘Checo ‘.

“Overall this weekend has been a step backwards and we weren’t quite there. But there are so many things we can improve on. In the end we’ve taken twelve points and I think Canada should be a good race for us. us”, said the Mexican from Red Bull this Sunday in Montmeló.

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