For Checo Pérez the Formula 1 of 2022 “seems bad” compared to the current ones

The Mexican gave a first analysis of the new vehicles that the top category will debut next year.

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In just four months the F1 will begin a new stage in its history from the arrival of the new cars, which promise to offer more and better shows. Although we will have to wait for the preseason tests in mid-February to see them in action, the pilots already have an overview thanks to the sessions they do in the advanced simulators of their teams.

A few weeks ago, the British Lando Norris, McLaren, gave his first impression of these vehicles and was blunt in saying that it was not "So nice to handle". Now those who gave their opinion on the "model 2022" were the pilots of Red Bull, the Dutch Max Verstappen and the Mexican Sergio Pérez.

F1 car 2022
Photos: Mark Sutton / LAT Images.

"Went well…. It's just a little bit slower, but at the end of the day we have to see the real car on the track first and then we will adjust the simulator around it. Right now it's a bit early so I'm not paying much attention to this to be honest ”, Verstappen explained to Autosport.

“The sensations of the 2022 car are not bad, it is still too early. I've only driven it a few times in the simulator so we have to wait until we get it to the track and start from there, but of course it's different compared to the current rules. ” Checo said to the same medium.

“I think we will not see these cars again in the history of Formula 1. These are the best cars we have driven, that anyone has driven throughout the history of F1, so unfortunately everything will look bad. compared to these cars, but I hope they are fun to drive ”, added the Aztec.

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