The Racing Point contract is on Sebastian Vettel’s table and only his signature is expected, now the big question is what is the future of the Mexican driver Sergio Pérez in Formula One for 2021.
Considering the current cooperation that Racing Point has with Mercedes, the pink F1 could be a good alternative. Moreover, the latest reports from Sergio Perez’ camp would show that there is serious talk about this behind the scenes.
Sergio Pérez, with a current contract until 2022 with Racing Point, would see the exit clause that he has applied and that, according to Bild, expires on July 31. To say the reports, at Silverstone, on August 2, the Vettel contract would be announced .
Because Lance Stroll isn’t put aside by his father, Sergio Perez would have to make way. ESPN Mexico claims that Perez’ manager (Julian Jacobi) is already taking this into account and therefore has been working hard in recent weeks to put the Mexican in another team. There have allegedly been talks with both Haas and Alfa Romeo.
The only viable options at this time would be to find a place for Pérez in Haas or Alfa Romeo . The first team with serious performance and reliability problems for its drivers, especially Romain Grosjean . The second, with the option of Kimi Raikkonen’s retirement .
Unfortunately for Sergio Pérez, there is always the possibility that he cannot find a seat. The driver market is very closed with Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull, McLaren, Renault and Alpha Tauri with defined tandems.
It is highly unlikely that Pérez choses to run in another series.
checo’s agent has been in contact with haas and alfa romeo checo’s agent has been in contact with haas and alfa romeo
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