Racing Point’s best result this season came last time out in Styria, when Sergio Perez crossed the line in sixth place, having lost out on fifth on the final lap to Lando Norris.
Sergio Perez revealed he suffered from dizziness during Saturday’s qualifying session at the Hungaroring.
The Racing Point driver took fourth on the grid for Sunday’s race, but fell behind team mate Lance Stroll in the final round of qualifying having led him early on.
Speaking afterwards Perez revealed he felt unwell at times during the one-hour session.
“I didn’t feel 100% physically during the qualifying,” he said. “I was getting dizziness throughout the qualifying and that’s not great.
“I think I need to check with FP2 what’s going on. I should be okay for tomorrow.”
Racing Point swept the second row of the grid for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
“I think it’s a great result for the team,” said Perez. “We looked good all the way through.
“So I’m happy with the team result and hopefully tomorrow we can put it together in the race and score a lot of points for the team.”
Stroll took third on the grid for Racing Point. “The car was really strong all the way through qualifying, throughout the weekend, really,” he said. “We’ve had the pace and it was just about piecing it together during that qualifying session.
“So a really great job by all the guys and I’m really pleased with the session and now set on tomorrow, going to try and grab some big points.”
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