Sergio Perez will start from the back of the grid or pit lane at the UK Grand Prix after he has extended during the sprint.
The Red Bull driver got off to a bad start and was in the first Slipped back to seventh on the lap behind Fernando Alonso and Lando Norris, but tried to move forward again when he bizarrely pulled out of the fast-flowing Maggotts-Becketts-Chapel complex at Silverstone. Perez said dirty air caused his spin as he followed the two cars ahead and the damage to his tires later forced him to give up.
« Yeah, (turbulent air) pretty much came out of the corner and took quite a bit of gas, « said Perez. “I think I got caught in the dirty air and that made things difficult. Basically, I became a passenger in the corner very early. A bad day on my part.
« We basically had too much vibration from the tires from spin and that was it. »
Perez will probably start from the pit lane so that Red Bull Setup Can make changes to his car so he can try to climb back through the field in Sunday’s race while you get up to speed on every track.
“Basically I’ve been slowing developments over the year driven forward. I think it was difficult from a Friday standpoint, but the pace was there from Saturday to Sunday. As with Austria I and Austria II, everything would have looked very different without the incidents.
“We probably have the most struggles here. I don’t know if it has something to do with starting easier or something, but I struggled in the dirty air at the beginning of the race. «
Chris trained in the British Grand Prix while studying sports journalism at the University of Central Lancashire in 2008 and was hired for three years before joining ESPN F1 as Assistant Editor. After three years at ESPN, a time as F1 editor at Crash Media Group was followed by the main task of starting the English language website of F1i.com and operating it as editor.
He has been present at every race since the beginning of 2014 and continues to expand his freelance portfolio and work with international titles. In addition to writing for RACER, he contributes to BBC 5Live and Sky Sports in the UK and works with titles in Japan and the Middle East.
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