Checo Pérez, the new idol of Ross Brawn

The head of Formula 1 does not stop throwing flowers at the Mexican. He even assured that Sebastian Vettel should fill some "pretty big shoes" at Aston Martin.

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The four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel now you have to fill some "Pretty big shoes" next season after Sergio Pérez won on Sunday the Sakhir Grand Prize guidance on Racing Pointsaid the sports director of the Formula 1, Ross Brawn.

The 33-year-old German will join from Ferrari what the team will be Aston Martin in 2021, a movement that has led the Mexican Pérez to leave through the back door of F.1 at the best moment of his career.

Sergio Perez, Racing Point, 1st position, with a Mexican flag on the podiumCheco is fourth in the drivers' standings after his first victory in F.1. However, he does not have a reserved seat for next year. In a column posted on the category's website, Brawn repeated his opinion that it would be a "tragedy" if Pérez does not run next season, although he did not clarify if that would be because the category loses a great driver or because the F.1 a great market ...

"The team must be thinking about the decisions it has made, losing it when it is driving so well"said the Briton. "It will be interesting to see how that plays out."

"In a way, Seb has some pretty big shoes to fill right now, even though he's a world champion." said.

Vettel achieved his titles with Red Bull between 2010 and 2013 and has 53 races won in his record. The other Racing Point driver is Lance stroll, son of the team's owner, the Canadian billionaire Lawrence stroll, so you are not in danger of losing your seat.

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