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Perez: From undesirable record to unique after first Red Bull win

Article To news overview © Red Bull Content Pool / Getty Images It wasn't long ago that Sergio Perez was still searching for his first Grand Prix victory in F1, however things have changed in a hurry. The Mexican won the Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain in late 2020, setting a record that he would have perhaps preferred to avoid. Perez became the driver with the most race starts before his first victory. While the win was no doubt a welcome sight, the record (190 Grand Prix) showed that Checo had to wait quite a long time for it. Now, exactly seven races later, he's managed to secure his second Formula 1 victory. As a result the Red Bull ace is the first driver to have won with two different...
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