Current Sergio Pérez

Discussion in 'Drivers' started by RasputinLives, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. Rutherford

    Rutherford Podium Finisher

    SerEGO Perez seems to have learnt nothing since his days at McLaren. Now that he's under pressure from a 'rookie', he back to old habits and solely blaming others for incidents.
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  3. Rutherford

    Rutherford Podium Finisher

    My previous post holds true here once again.

    He gave Ocon no breathing space and then blamed him for the collision...
  4. vintly

    vintly Mostly bacon Premium Contributor

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    Could be the beginning of the end for Perez.
  5. Lewywo4

    Lewywo4 Race Winner

    He would have only himself to blame, If that was to happen, but the money that he brings will save his ass.
  6. The Artist.....

    The Artist..... Champion Elect

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    Personally, if I were the Force India managers, I would be looking for another driver for the rest of the season; Perez has shown again and again that he is dangerous, and doesn't care!
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  7. The Artist.....

    The Artist..... Champion Elect

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    Oh, for ****'s sake, Perez was given 1 penalty point - and that was only for leaving the track and gaining an advantage; not for trying to kill his team-mate!

    Penalty points for Raikkonen and Perez | PlanetF1
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  8. gethinceri

    gethinceri Daniil Kvyat Fan. Alfa Romeo Fan. Contributor

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    He's a liability.
  9. Road of Bones

    Road of Bones MTC Mole Premium Contributor

    He's a talented racing driver who is only now realising that he's missed the boat when it comes to the plum drives, and in his desperation not to be outdone by his younger, more likely to get a plum-drive teammate, he is taking robust defence to unsafe levels.
    The problem with today's 2-by-2 grid, is that the Force Indias always seem to end up on the same piece of track.
    Ocon will go on to do great things, but Checo will end up being remembered for squeezing the occasional podium out of midfield cars and putting his teammate in the wall. It's rather a shame really.
  10. Bleu

    Bleu Points Scorer

    While normally drivers should cut down the final 10% of the aggression when racing against their team-mates, Perez almost cuts down that 10 % against every other driver than his team-mate.
  11. Bill Boddy

    Bill Boddy Professional layabout Premium Contributor

    Perez is not likely to change his ways, he is set in them.

    Monaco GP: Sergio Perez should be punched, says Kimi Raikkonen
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  12. RasputinLives

    RasputinLives Not dead Contributor

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    Sergio reaps what he sows. He started this in Canada by refusing to play the teammate game which just made Ocon determined to beat him. Now he has an angry and very quick Frenchman out for his blood and moves like in Spa (twice!) shows he knows he doesn't have the talent to hold him back.
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  13. F1Brits_90

    F1Brits_90 Race Winner

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    i dont know whether this perez not liking young guy outshining him & baku still angers him. after hearing ottmar on pitwall all weekend, im so glad im not either driver on the reciecuving end of that on sunday. because i have a feeling he can be a very angry man

    Last edited: Aug 29, 2017
  14. Il_leone

    Il_leone Champion Elect

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    Checo has admitted that the team have money problems which is slowing down the introduction of upgrades to be able to challenge Renault who are solid

    I just don't see him staying at Force India for another year especially if Mercedes want to place Russell in the team and also Latifi is making noises he wants to be in F1

    I see Checo potentially moving over to Haas or go back to Sauber if he is still trying to chase that Ferrari drive

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