US News Sergio Perez: I don't see why I should lag behind Max

12:29  26 february  2021
12:29  26 february  2021 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Sergio Perez is not afraid of the challenge of competing against Max Verstappen in the same car. "I trust my abilities," says the Red Bull newcomer , "and I think it's only a matter of time before I have everything under control." The Mexican succeeds Alex Albon at Red Bull.

The team had relegated him to the bench at the end of the previous Formula 1 season after he had clearly lagged behind the performances of Verstappen . Perez - with all his experience in Formula 1 - doesn't worry about that.

"I don't see any reason why I shouldn't be at this level with the time and once I'm in the picture about all the things I need to know about the car," says the 31-year-old, who is already on looking back ten seasons in formula and celebrating his first victory at the Sachir Grand Prix last year.

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Perez: "I hope it won't be too long"

Until it happens at Red Bull, "I'll have to learn how to set up the car correctly and where I can get the deciding tenths," Perez knows. "But that comes with the experience in the car. I hope it doesn't take too long."

The motivation to prove yourself is high - also because the Mexican only has a one-year contract. "It's going to be a very long season, of course, but it's a great opportunity for me and I can't wait. I'll do everything I can to make sure I can do it," said Perez, looking ahead to the 2021 season.

"It's an opportunity that can open many doors for me. We'll see what happens afterwards," he continues. In 2020, the 31-year-old stood for a while without a future Formula 1 cockpit after Sebastian Vettel's move to Aston Martin was fixed and Perez's end at Racing Point was sealed.

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Red Bull duo with Verstappen "good match"

Shortly after the end of the season, Red Bull secured the services of the Mexican. With his new team-mate, Verstappen, he believes that they will complement each other well by bringing different strengths to one race weekend.

"I think that from what I've seen Max will be very strong in qualifying. So he will be an important benchmark in qualifying. My strength comes on Sunday with the race pace. So I think that's quite a bit good match that will hopefully get the most out of the car, "said Perez.

Verstappen, on the other hand, emphasizes , when asked about the new team constellation at Red Bull: "I expect him to do a good job, as he has done in his Formula 1 career so far. I'm looking forward to working with him to work together and hope we can score many points for the team. "

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