Checo Pérez says goodbye to Formula 1?

The Mexican called a press conference for next Monday ...

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It seems like Sergio Pérez He already has his sporting future defined after losing his seat in the team Racing Point de F1. At least that follows from the Press conference which he called for next Monday.

Taking into account how teams are usually handled when reporting on their line-ups - always through a statement sent to the media - the reason for the call of the Mexican would not be to announce good news ...

Sergio Perez, Racing PointAlthough Checo had a contract with Racing Point, which in 2021 will take the name of Aston Martin, the Canadian businessman Lawrence stroll, its owner, decided to give its place to the German Sebastian Vettel, who did not renew his bond with Ferrari.

So, right off the bat, Pérez was left without a seat for the next Maxima season. That forced him to negotiate with the teams that had positions available. One was Haas, although the lack of competitiveness of the Yankee team quickly convinced him not to continue with the talks.

A few weeks ago a chance came up with Red Bull, which was rethinking the continuity of Thai Alex Albon. In the preview of the Bahrain Grand Prix, which takes place this weekend, Pérez himself assured that the squad run by Christian horner I had to answer him if he would require his services and it is possible that the answer is the reason for the press conference.

The Aztec made it clear that Red Bull was the most concrete possibility to continue due to the quality of the team and that if he did not reach an agreement his Plan B was to take a year off. And possibly the latter is what Checo will communicate... Although in F.1 everything is possible ...

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