Sergio Perez’s Father Confirms Red Bull Commitment for 2024 Despite Struggles
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Sergio Perez, who kicked off the 2023 Formula 1 season with two impressive victories in Saudi Arabia and Azerbaijan, has faced a challenging season marked by a series of setbacks. His hopes of contending for the championship have dwindled as his Red Bull teammate, Max Verstappen, clinched his third consecutive World Championship title with a significant lead of 251 points. Perez now finds himself in danger of losing his second-place position in the Drivers’ standings to Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton, who is a mere 20 points behind with three races remaining.
The Mexican driver endured another frustrating race at his home Grand Prix, where he suffered his second retirement in the last four races due to a collision with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.