Thursday, June 1, 2023

Checo Pérez drove blind and without help in Miami

Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez crossed the finish line in second place in Miami on Sunday and acknowledged the superiority of Max Verstappen; however, the analyst Sky Sports, Anthony Davidsonexpressed his concerns about the instructions given to the Red Bull drivers during the race.

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Sergio Perez

the weekend of Verstappen in the United States began with a disappointing qualifying session on Saturday and despite that, the Dutch driver showed his superiority on the track, leaving perez in a supporting role.

Davidson suggested that team orders from Red Bull may have contributed to Pérez’s second place, as the Mexican driver was instructed to protect the advantage of Verstappen instead of fighting for their own victory. This strategy undoubtedly helped the team, but it may have hindered individual chances of Czech to win the race.

Despite his second place, the Guadalajara driver was not satisfied with his performance, after he struggled with tire management and keeping up with his teammate throughout the race. Davidson he also noted that Perez’s radio communication was “strange” compared to Verstappen’s constant updates from his engineer.

The sports analyst indicated that the communication of Czech with his team of engineers throughout the race was very little, without constant updates on the general situation of the race, and even from the other drivers, it is like saying that “he drove blind”.

The dominant performance of Verstappen in Miami he consolidated his position at the top of the Formula One Championship standings, with Pérez trailing behind in second.


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