Checo Pérez has done well in the 2022 Sprints and now at Interlagos he will seek to come back to have a good starting positionCzech Perez will seek
Minute by minute Sprint race for the Brazilian GP
Checo Pérez has done well in the 2022 Sprints and now at Interlagos he will seek to come back to have a good starting position
Czech Perez will seek to achieve its best result both in qualifying and in the race under the sprint format that was established last season in the Formula 1.
this weekend at the Sao Paulo GPthis new modality that has tried to innovate the ‘Great Circus’ will be held for the sixth time and six more races are planned for the following year.
The Mexican Czech Perez is with the objective of improving what has been achieved in past editions, due to the fact that its highest position on the grid has been a third place in the Brazilian GP in 2021. However, it has been left out of Q3 in the past Austrian GP where he finished 13th.
Nor has he been able to stand out enough in the sprint race where he only once finished in the top three in the Emilia Romagna GP, who finished in third position. In fact, in his first race, he had to retire with one lap to go due to a spin that took him off the track while fighting with lando norris in the British GP in 2021.
But the trend promises that it can change this Friday where Czech Perez was the fastest driver in the first free practice just 4 thousandths ahead of charles leclerc and 8 from his teammate Max Verstappen at the Interlagos circuit.
Currently Czech Perezis sub-leader in the drivers’ world championship with 280 points, five units more than its main competitor charles leclerc. The rider from Guadalajara could secure second place in the Formula 1 in Brazil with a combination of results.
The sprint race defines the starting position -although statistically the pole went to Kevin Magnussen-. Distribute points from position 1 to 8: the first receives 8 points and the eighth one.