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Sergio Perez claims he ‘cannot be this bad'

Sergio Perez has admitted that the 2023 Qatar Grand Prix was the 'worst weekend' of his entire motorsport career, leaving him to question to himself that he 'cannot be this bad'. The Red Bull driver was under immense pressure ahead of the Qatar GP, as his poor mid-season performances had further put his future into doubt. Daniel Ricciardo was increasingly linked to Red Bull the more Perez faltered, with Checo having finally taken action to turn his season around after Qatar. Perez actually started 2023 incredibly well and was a title contender, after he won two of the opening four races. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job vacancies However, it was from the Monaco Grand...
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