"Czech" Pérez: The accident was my mistake (…) I remain optimistic with a view to qualifying

The Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull), who crashed in the first test and ended the free practice day for the Hungarian Grand Prix, the eleventh Formula One World Cup, with the eighteenth time, declared this Friday at the Hungaroring, the circuit on the outskirts of Budapest, that “the accident was a mistake” on his part, but that “the team did a tremendous job to repair the car.”

“Today the mishap in the first training session was a mistake on my part. However, the team did a tremendous job to repair the car,” said ‘Checo’, born 33 years ago in Guadalajara (Jalisco) and who is second in the World Cup, 99 points behind the leader, his Dutch teammate Max Verstappen.

“Thanks to that we were able to do a couple of laps in the second free practice, and with the new tire format it was sensational to be able to collect information and data to look at,” said the Mexican, with six victories – two of them this year – and 31 podiums in F1.

“As far as our improvements are concerned, It is too soon and difficult to comment on the extent to which they will affect us; but tomorrow we will have a better idea about it,” said the brave pilot from Guadalajara.

“I remain optimistic with a view to qualifying tomorrow, because we have everything in order to go out for a solid weekend,” said ‘Checo’ this Friday in Hungary.

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