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Checo Pérez excelled in the Bahrain F1 2024 test and was cautious: “Lap times don’t mean anything”

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Checo Pérez excelled in the Bahrain F1 2024 test and was cautious: “Lap times don’t mean anything”

The Mexican pilot, Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez he shined in the test Bahrain F1 2024 and he was cautious: “Lap times don’t mean anything right now”he stated after completing his test on the Middle East track, in which he surpassed his Dutch teammate from Red BullMax Verstappen and, finished second overall behind Ferrari representative Carlos Sainz.

The top category began to turn on its engines and launched last Wednesday, the three days of training prior to the first race of the year at the Sakhir International Circuit.

The calendar will be inaugurated on Saturday, March 2 2024 in which Czech Perez The goal is to aspire to consistent performance, after a 2023 with ups and downs in which he was unable to maintain consistency in the top positions in Formula 1.

Red Bull crew chief Christian Horner presented the RB20 ahead of the 2024 Formula 1 season

Checo Pérez on his first day of testing at the Bahrain circuit

Red Bull Racing is coming off a dominant season in which it won 21 of the 22 grands prix contested, which led it to be crowned champion in the constructors’ competition and achieve 1-2 with Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez in the drivers’ field, something unprecedented in the team’s history.

The Latin American rider downplayed the performance he had on Wednesday, in which he was able to drive for the first time the new model, RB20 presented by the Austrian team, and considered that “I think that at the moment it is too early to say anything, it is just the first morning everyone has had with the new cars,” during a press conference.

Sergio Perez He remained aboard the Red Bull RB20 rather than handing the reins to Max Verstappen as planned, after having been able to complete only 20 laps in the morning, due to a brake problem.

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Checo Pérez prepares for the 2024 season

However, Pérez prioritized collective work and pointed out that “the most important thing is to complete our program and try to make sure we have three good days of testing, because basically that is all we will have for the season” and indicated: “That is the main purpose for us.”

The F1 pre-season will come to an end on Friday with a third and final day of testing, while the season 2024 will start on the same stage next week.


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