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Red Bull recruits Sergio Perez

F1 team Red Bull replaced Thai driver Alexander Albon, with Sergio Perez for the 2021 season.

Home Red Bull announced on the evening of December 18, that Perez will race with Max Verstappen in season 2021. Albon is still an important member of the team, in a reserve role.
Perez may be the last racer to change teams for the 2021 season. Only one unconfirmed position left for the 2021 season, is defending champion Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes. Perez’s presence could increase Red Bull’s chances in the championship race with Mercedes. “I have dreamed of playing for the competitive championship team since day one of F1,” said Perez after moving to Red Bull.
Perez had to leave Aston Martin – Racing Point’s new name – after the 2020 season, making room for Sebastian Vettel. He seemed to be sitting out in the 2021 season, even after winning F1 at the Sakhir Grand Prix for the first time. But, Perez’s move to Red Bull could make Mexican racers fans flock to the streets to celebrate.
Perez was born in 1990 in Guadalajara, Mexico, started F1 with the Sauber team in 2011. He started at 191 races, 10 times to podium. In the 2020 season, Perez finished fourth, behind Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Verstappen. Before that, his best position was Saturday, for Force India – the former Aston Martin name – seasons 2016 and 2017.
And Albon did not succeed in the 2020 season, when it was ranked seventh. The British-Thai Thai racer has twice made to podium, in Tuscan and Bahrain this season.
List of riders in season 2021, only missing Hamilton’s position at Mercedes.

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Perez won the race without Hamilton

Racing Point Mexican racer Sergio Perez finished first at Grand Prix Sakhir on the evening of December 6.

Completing 87 laps with a time of 1 hour 31 minutes 15,114 seconds, Perez won the first F1 leg, this was also the first time that Racing Point team was named at number one. This result is a worthy reward for Racing Point’s outstanding progress and Perez’s incredible stability recently.
However, this victory also came from the absence of Lewis Hamilton, while Mercedes made a mistake in the tire replacement process.
“I hope I’m not dreaming because I’ve been striving for so many years to have this moment,” said Perez after finishing. “After 10 years of waiting, I didn’t know what to say. It was unbelievable, after starting, I thought the race was over again, but then I didn’t give up and slowly got back. We won the race deservedly. Mercedes had some problems but we had to use speed to keep Russell. “
Hamilton had Covid-19, so he was absent from the Grand Prix Sakhir, giving the race to George Russell – a young country talent from the Williams backyard team. It didn’t take long to adapt, Russell soon proved his prowess along with the powerful Mercedes. The British racer scored the best in two consecutive test runs on Friday, before taking second and only 0.026 seconds behind teammate Vallteri Bottas.
In the evening of December 6, Russell continued to show his ability when he immediately surpassed Bottas in the corner after starting. In the rear, a fierce chase between Perez and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) caused a continuous collision on the track. Leclerc and Verstappen rushed to the sidelines, had to give up in the first round, safe cars soon appeared. Leclerc was fined three places to start on the next leg for reckless.