Checo Perez release official statement amid retirement news

Checo Perez release official statement amid retirement news

Checo Perez refutes rumors of his retirement and reiterates his desire to remain with Red Bull.

The Mexican driver said he wanted to finish this season strong and stick to his contract through 2024.

After the fifth race, F1 Christian Horner lost hope in Checo Perez’s bid for the championship.

Sergio “Checo” Perez of Mexico reiterated his desire to remain with the Austrian team through the end of his contract, which expires after the 2024 season, despite the pressure he is currently experiencing in another erratic season with Red Bull and despite the fact that he still leads the drivers’ standings.

After Escuderia Telmex, Checo’s connection to Formula 1, allegedly spread a rumor that the Mexican had considered announcing his retirement during the upcoming Mexican Grand Prix, the Reddit portal reported the rumor.

There have been rumors that Checo Perez is leaving Red Bull.

Although the team itself has denied any rumors of a breakup with Checo, there is no doubt that the Mexican driver is under considerable pressure at this point in the Formula One season as he has only scored five points in his last three races.

An official from Red Bull told Autosport categorically that this rumor “has absolutely nothing to do with it,” and Helmut Marko, the team’s advisor and one of Checo’s main detractors, confirmed that “he knew nothing about it.”.

Before the season’s final race in Abu Dhabi, where he will be aiming for second place in the Drivers’ Championship to secure his spot for the following year while maintaining his lead over Lewis Hamilton, Checo has races in Austin, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, and Las Vegas ahead of him.


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