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Sergio Perez ‘Working Really Hard’ to Regain ‘Momentum’ After Red Bull Insider Blames Him for ‘Horrific Weekend’

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Red Bull Racing, known for its competitive cars and strong driver lineup, faced setbacks in the initial races. Sergio Perez, alongside his teammate Max Verstappen, encountered difficulties in finding the right balance and extracting maximum performance from the RB16B.

“We lost some momentum obviously in the season,” Sergio Perez admitted. The team’s struggles were evident, and Checo’s results didn’t match his expectations. However, he remains optimistic.

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Checo’s positive outlook is fueled by the knowledge that there’s a long season ahead. With multiple races remaining, he believes Red Bull Racing can bounce back. “I’m very positive that we will get our form back,” he asserted.

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Checo’s commitment shines through. “I will be working really hard in the coming weeks with the team,” he emphasized. The collaboration between engineers, mechanics, and drivers will be crucial in fine-tuning the car and optimizing performance.

Red Bull Insider Blames Sergio Perez for ‘Horrible Weekend’

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Christian Horner, Team Principal of Red Bull Racing, has been candid about Sergio “Checo” Pérez’s recent struggles. In a revealing interview, Horner emphasized the urgency for the Mexican driver to regain his form. Let’s explore the impact of Checo’s performance on the team’s championship aspirations.

The Canadian Grand Prix was a tough weekend for Sergio Perez. A crash led to his retirement, marking his second consecutive non-finish this season. While his teammate Max Verstappen clinched another win, Checo faced difficulties that threatened to mar his earlier achievements.

Horner minced no words: “He’ll need to come back strong in Barcelona.” Red Bull Racing is hunting for points in the constructors’ championship, and Checo’s performance plays a crucial role. Despite the setbacks, Horner remains confident in Checo’s abilities.

“What we see with him time and time again,” Horner explained, “is that he’s on the ropes, but then he bounces back.” Checo’s resilience defines his career, and Red Bull Racing believes he can recapture the form he showed in the first four races of the season.

READ MORE: F1 Reporter Questions Former Red Bull’s ‘World-Class Talent,’ Believes ‘Never Seemed to Be Quite the Same Driver Again’

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I'm Moin Akhunji, a passionate sports writer renowned for my unique storytelling approach. My expertise spans across various sports, notably NASCAR, F1, and IndyCar. I hold a profound admiration for athletes like Chase Elliott and Dale Earnhardt Jr. When I'm not crafting articles, you'll likely find me trekking in the hills, indulging in my favorite hobby.
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