Red Bull secured a 2-1 draw in Spain with Max Verstappen taking the win and Sergio Perez finishing behind his team-mate. But we saw what we’ve come to expect from Mercedes, with Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas driving as teammates, with Lewis Hamilton being the number one driver.
That’s exactly what happened in Spain when Red Bull told Sergio Perez to let Max Verstappen in a race with nothing important at stake. It seemed like the entire Red Bull team was working to put Max Verstappen in a position that would allow him to win his second world championship. But the Spanish GP incident definitely didn’t sit well with Sergio Perez.
Sergio Perez said in his post-race interview: “Right now it’s a bit frustrating from my side but it’s a great team result and we’re leading the constructors now – I’m very happy with that.”
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Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez answer some fun questions in a fun segment for Red Bull
Despite everything that happens on track, we know Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen get along really well on track and maybe that’s why Checo stuck their elbows out in Abu Dhabi last year which helped Max tremendously, returning to racing eventually wins his first world champion. Max Verstappen has also been vocal about how great a teammate Sergio Perez is.
Recently the duo got together to answer some hilarious questions in a fun game. While discussing the best drivers, Sergio Perez asks: “Do you know who our favorite driver is?”
He jokingly says: “You and me of course and Lewis. But usually a little more Lewis.”
Max Verstappen responds hilariously saying: “Of course that has to change now!” as reported by gpblog.
We all know how important it is for teams to win the championship, but they also have to put on a show for the fans by letting their drivers compete for crucial positions.
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