The almost three hours of post-race wait and the controversy over the FIA’s decisions not to severely sanction the non-compliance with the rules on the distance to be kept in the Safety Car regime do not detract from the beauty of the success achieved by Sergio Perez in Singapore. The Mexican of Red Bull experienced his second moment of glory of the season at the Marina Bay circuit, also confirming himself as a great specialist in street circuits after the victories collected in 2021 in Baku and this year in Monaco. But now the second stop in a week on the Asian continent pushes the Circus towards Japan. The track of Suzuka, one of the most iconic and rich in history of the entire world calendar, she has never particularly smiled at Checo. The opportunity, however, is tempting to try to reverse the trend.
“Suzuka is a unique circuit – commented Perez presenting the Japanese weekend – the track is super special, especially the first sector, and is certainly one of the best in the world. To make a good lap you have to be very precise up to Turn 11. If you push too hard or overdo it, everything is compromised. The level of risk that one must be willing to take is very high. There are no wide escape routes, so if you make a mistake things can go wrong very quickly. It’s a nice combination to have on a circuit. Unfortunately I never got on the podium at Suzuka – recalled the # 11 of Red Bull – so it would be nice to be able to win him on Sunday. For me the best memories of Japan are those linked to the fans, so I’d like to do well for them and for Honda this weekend “he concluded.
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