Sergio Pérez lived his first two days at the wheel of his RB15 at the Silverstone circuit and after only a few tests he was able to confirm that "there is a lot of potential" in Red Bull, intoxicated by multiple emotions that also led him to ensure that he lives "a dream come true reality ", not to mention the changes it experiences.
“It has been incredible. Seeing my name on the car is something very special. It is definitely a dream come true, "said the driver from Guadalajara in statements that appear on the page, where he also highlighted how well he was able to adapt to his new racing car.
"Everything in the car is different. In the end it is still an F1 car, but the position of the seats is different, the steering wheel, the brakes, the buttons, the procedures, the engine and the power delivery, the torque, a lot. things are different. But I can see that there is a lot of potential with this team, "he explained.
Pérez spent the previous days sitting in the simulator, where he began to adapt to the controls, especially, although it was not the only thing that disturbed him.
“We did a lot of preparation, many days in the simulator, working on the controls, getting up to speed on everything. As I said, I am happy with how these days were because I was able to get used to all the procedures, learn from them and improve ”.
When does Pérez debut?
According to the schedule, Checo will make his debut on March 28 at the Sakhir Grand Prix, the site of his only triumph last season. It will be vital that he get the most out of the rehearsals to start adding from the first dates.
"A day and a half in the car is nothing, so the more we can do here, the better we will be prepared for the first test in Bahrain."
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