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Perez: I fully believe I can be F1 world champion with Red Bull

Sergio Perez is looking forward to this year, his eleventh in the top flight, only his second as a Red Bull driver but has made it crystal clear he wants to be Formula 1 World Champion. Red Bull saved Perez's career, the Mexican veteran was replaced at Racing Point (which morphed into Aston Martin) for the 2021 season by Sebastian Vettel who slotted in alongside Lance Stroll to lead the programme. Checo was redundant. Fortunately, at the time the energy drinks outfit simply had no driver to team up with Max Verstappen, who had made the likes of Daniil Kvyat, Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon look ordinary by the Dutch ace. Thus, with Perez available they opted for his experience and well...
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