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Sport Red Bull or bust for Perez in 2021

06:15  31 october  2020
06:15  31 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Sergio Perez said on Friday that it is Red Bull or nothing in his bid to stay in Formula One next year. The Mexican driver leaves Racing Point at the end of He has been hunting a seat for 2021 and was strongly linked with a possible move to Williams before they confirmed they are retaining their current

Sergio Perez said on Friday that it is Red Bull or nothing in his bid to stay in Formula One next year. He has been hunting a seat for 2021 and was strongly linked with a possible move to Williams before they confirmed they are retaining their current driver pairing of George Russell and Nicholas Latifi.

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Future thoughts: Sergio Perez at a news conference at Imola on Friday © Mark Sutton Future thoughts: Sergio Perez at a news conference at Imola on Friday

The Mexican driver leaves Racing Point at the end of this season, when he will be replaced by four-time champion Sebastian Vettel as the team is renamed Aston Martin.

He has been hunting a seat for 2021 and was strongly linked with a possible move to Williams before they confirmed they are retaining their current driver pairing of George Russell and Nicholas Latifi.

Speaking to Sky Sports F1 in the paddock ahead of this weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, he was asked if it was Red Bull or nothing and said: "I definitely see it that way.

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Sergio Perez said on Friday that it is Red Bull or nothing in his bid to stay in Formula One next year. The Mexican driver leaves Racing Point at the end of He has been hunting a seat for 2021 and was strongly linked with a possible move to Williams before they confirmed they are retaining their current

Sergio Perez has admitted that getting a Red Bull record alongside Max Verstappen is now his only option to stay in Formula 1 for 2021 , and says he would appreciate the chance to nail the “hot seat”.

"I want to continue in Formula One, but have always said it has to be the right project – the right package and that everything has to click.

"It's not my first or second year. I've done 10 years so, as much as I want to continue, I know it has to be the right package to carry on."

In an official pre-race video news conference, he added that for him Red Bull remained an option and that he was not concerned by being team-mates with Max Verstappen.


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"It's a bit of a hot seat, no?" he said. "But it's an opportunity to be with a top team, that are fighting Mercedes pretty much every single race.

"They're still a bit far, but if there is a team that has the potential in the short-term to fight Mercedes, it's definitely Red Bull."

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Asked if it was Red Bull or nothing for 2021 by Sky F1's Ted Kravitz, Perez replied: "I definitely see it that way. "I want to continue in Formula 1 but I Does Perez have Red Bull chance? Wants answer soon. 4:41. With Honda leaving F1 in 2021 , Christian Horner indicates that instead of switching to a

Red Bull is currently weighing up whether or not to retain Alex Albon next year, with the Thai driver under pressure to lift his game after some recent However, despite the clear attraction of a Red Bull seat, Perez says he cannot wait for too much longer with his options for remaining on the grid in 2021

Red Bull team chief Christian Horner has made clear he and his team want to retain London-born Thai driver Alex Albon, but has said also that Albon has to raise his game to keep his seat.

Verstappen has outqualified Albon at every race this season and delivered nine podium finishes to his one.

Perez said he wants an answer soon so that he can make his own plans.

"My only issue is with the timing," he said. "It's not on my side and I have to make decisions pretty soon.

"We're getting pretty close to the end of the year. I'm looking at all my options and I can't take too long now."

Perez's comments suggested that he does not expect to be offered a seat with the American-owned Haas team, which last week announced it was parting company with drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen after this season.

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