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Perez wants to compete with Verstappen: 'I can become world champion'

Sergio Perez believes he is capable of beating Max Verstappen. The Mexican has still not given up on his dream of becoming world champion, despite the fact that he will not win the internal battle within Red Bull Racing easily. Article continues under ad In 2021, Perez's move to Red Bull Racing gave him his first opportunity with a top team. This fulfilled a dream for the 32-year-old driver, who had hitherto spent his entire F1 career in the middle and sub-top. Now Perez could compete for victories and eventually world titles. Read more Does Alpine still have a future in Formula 1? Perez wants to be world champion Whereas in 2021 Perez mainly had to get used to the team and had a...
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