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F1 2022: Checo resolves pending accounts in the 2022 season of Formula 1

Sergio 'Checo' Pérez is going through his best season in Formula 1. The Mexican pilot had already demonstrated his qualities in past seasons, which

F1 2022: Checo resolves pending accounts in the 2022 season of Formula 1


Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez is going through his best season in Formula 1. The Mexican pilot had already demonstrated his qualities in past seasons, which, precisely he did earn a place within Red Bull Racing, however, in this 2022 he is responding to the trust placed by the Austrian team, by offering results rarely imagined in circuits that had previously been denied.

In his time away from the horned team he achieved important triumphs; although there were some clues that were complicated in a way. The Monte Carlo Street Circuit, the Barcelona Circuit, the Albert Park Circuit and the Silverstone Circuit They were clues that did not offer great numbers to the Tapato, until now.

Under the command of Red Bull and with the control of the RB18, Checo has managed not only to score important points, but even climb several times to the podium within tracks that are otherwise historic.

here we leave you the relation of the most important podiums obtained by Prez in the current season, with respect to what he has done in the same circuits since his debut in the ‘Gran Circo’.

Australian Grand Prix

  • 2011 Disqualified
  • 2012 8th place
  • 2013 11th place
  • 2014 10th place
  • 2015 10th place
  • 2016 13th place
  • 2017 7th place
  • 2018 11th place
  • 2019 13th place
  • 2022 2nd place

Monaco Grand Prix

  • 2011 I didn’t go out
  • 2012 11th place
  • 2013 16th place
  • 2014 Retirement
  • 2015 7th place
  • 2016 3rd place
  • 2017 13th place
  • 2018 12th place
  • 2019 12th place
  • 2021 4th place
  • 2022 1st place

Spanish Grand Prix

  • 2011 9th place
  • 2012 Retired
  • 2013 9th place
  • 2014 9th place
  • 2015 13th place
  • 2016 7th place
  • 2017 4th place
  • 2018 9th place
  • 2019 15v place
  • 2020 5th place
  • 2021 5th place
  • 2022 2nd place

Great Britain Grand Prix

  • 2011 7th place
  • 2012 Retired
  • 2013 20th place
  • 2014 11th place
  • 2015 9th place
  • 2016 6th place
  • 2017 9th place
  • 2018 10th place
  • 2019 17th place
  • 2020 Did not participate due to Covid-19
  • 2020 70th anniversary Did not participate due to Covid-19
  • 2021 16th place
  • 2022 2nd place

Races held in Italy

  • 2011 Retired
  • 2012 2nd place
  • 2013 12th place
  • 2014 7th place
  • 2015 6th place
  • 2016 8th place
  • 2017 9th place
  • 2018 7th place
  • 2019 7th place
  • 2020 10th place
  • 2020 6th place
  • 2021 11th place
  • 2021 5th place
  • 2022 2nd place

As you can see, Checo finally managed to win the Grand Prix of Australia, Great Britain and Spain, while in Italy he returned to the podium, something he had not done since 2012 when he came in second place in Monza, a similar case that happened in Monaco, after his third place in 2016.