Concern in Mexico about the situation Checo Pérez

Red Bull would not be entirely satisfied with the performance of the Aztec.

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The fans of the F1 de Mexico live hours of uncertainty after the recent statements made by Helmut Marko, sports advisor to Red Bull, with respect to the current performance of Sergio Pérez in the Austrian team.

The performance of Checo, fifth in the World Championship and winner of the Azerbaijan GP, ​​seems not to completely convince those responsible for the team that has the Dutchman Max Verstappen as its great star.

Czech Pérez
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“There is a difference between Verstappen and Pérez that I am not happy with. At Red Bull we think Sergio should be more consistent after so many races. We hoped it was closer ... ", Marko acknowledged to The Judge 13.

In his opinion, the Mexican's mistake was insisting on using his own car set-up rather than employing the Verstappen setup which, "It's what I should have done from the beginning."

“He doesn't care if his car oversteers in the fast corners, but our second drivers have always had problems… And Pérez too. He tried his setup and it didn't work and that's a headache ”, clarified the former runner.

Marko assured that, in principle, "The first intention would be to continue with the four pilots that we have", also alluding to the alienation of AlphaTauri made up of French Pierre Gasly and the Japanese Yuki tsunoda. However, he clarified that "We are evaluating options, considering them ... but I will not say names."

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