Perez Confident ‘Disastrous’ Performances Are in the Past: ‘You Have to Reset’

Sergio Perez has been having a tough time lately, falling from second to fifth in the Formula One championship.

His recent races have been disappointing, and he knows he needs to step up for the Spanish Grand Prix.

Perez’s Plan for the Spanish GP

In Imola, Perez managed only an eighth-place finish. Things got worse when he crashed in both Monaco and Canada, earning no points. Now, he’s just ahead of Leclerc, Norris, and Sainz in the standings.

“Coming into Spain I know I need a successful weekend after a disaster in Canada,” Perez said about his upcoming race. “Sometimes you are forced to reset a little and we have done that since the last race. I have been in Milton Keynes working with the Team to try and identify where and what we can do better to ensure I am getting the most out of this car.”

He added: “I am confident in the car and the performance we can execute from it, but I need to show that on track better in Barcelona. I always enjoy the Spanish GP; it feels a lot like home and everyone makes me feel so welcome. It’s a circuit I know very well and the RB20 should be quick around this type of track, so it’s down to us to get things right and bring home the result we know we are capable of.”

Fans might think it’s high time for Perez to bounce back!

Perez’s confidence is clear; now it’s all about proving it on race day. What do you think? Will he make a comeback?

Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
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