Formula 1 Driver Details

Sergio Perez

Data and Statistics

Date of Birth January 19, 1990 Championships 4 (0 Won)
Place of Birth Guadalajara, MEX Grand Prix 66 (0 Won)
Nationality MEX Podiums 4
Weight/Height 0 kg / 0 cm Poles 0
First GP March 27, 2011 Fastest Laps 3
Last GP July 6, 2014 Highest Position 2 (x2)
Constructors Sauber, McLaren, Force India Highest Pole 4 (x0)
Website sergioperezf1.com/
Pole
Position
Race
Position
Race
Points
Year/Team1234567891011121314151617181920PtsPos
2014
Sahara Force India
AUS
11016
MYS
0DNS14
BHR
1534
CHN
2916
ESP
2911
MCO
0RET10
CAN
01113
AUT
8615
GBR
0117
2811
2013
McLaren
AUS
01115
MYS
299
CHN
01112
BHR
8615
ESP
298
MCO
0167
CAN
01112
GBR
02013
DEU
4813
HUN
299
BEL
01113
ITA
0128
SGP
4814
KOR
11010
JPN
01511
IND
1059
ARE
298
USA
677
BRA
8619
4911
2012
Sauber
AUS
4822
MYS
1829
CHN
0118
BHR
0118
ESP
0RET5
MCO
01123
CAN
15315
EUR
2915
GBR
0RET15
DEU
8617
HUN
01414
BEL
0RET4
ITA
18212
SGP
11014
JPN
0RET5
KOR
01112
IND
0DNF8
ARE
01511
USA
01115
BRA
0DNF12
6610
2011
Sauber
AUS
0DSQ13
MYS
0RET16
CHN
01712
TUR
01415
ESP
2912
MCO
0DNS0
EUR
01116
GBR
6712
DEU
01115
HUN
01510
BEL
0DNF9
ITA
0DNF15
SGP
11011
JPN
4817
KOR
01617
IND
11020
ARE
01111
BRA
01317
1416
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Driver Bio

The young driver was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, in 1990. Sergio Perez started his career with a stint in the Skip Barber Racing School in the US; all this under the sponsorship of the giant telecommunications company, Telmex, which has been on his side since then.

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Perez went to Europe in 2005 to compete in German Formula BMW, where he finished in 11th place, to then improve next year by finishing 6th. His progress continued, passing through the British Formula 3 in 2007, from which he became its junior champion, racking up 14 wins in 21 rounds. The following year, at the more competitive "Premier International Class", he finished in 4th place.

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Next step was the GP2 Asia Series for the 08-09 seasons where he teamed with Vitaly Petrov. Two wins came, but its final position in the standings would be 7th. The following spring in European GP2 results were mixed, and he ended in 12th. His big break would be in 2010 with the Barwa Addax team, since he captured 5 victories, including one at Monaco where he was able to hold off a faster and eventually champion that year, Pastor Maldonado. Perez finished second in the tournament.

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In October it was confirmed that the young Mexican would compete in the Formula 1 with Sauber, which in turn would be sponsored by Telmex. He would be the fifth Mexican driver to race in the category.

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Just starting the 2011 season, in his first race, Sergio Perez gave an impressive performance by crossing he chequered flag in 7th place in the Australian GP. However, he was later disqualified for technical issues, which nevertheless did not taint his achievement.

It was not until the fifth round at Spain when the Mexican earned his first points in Formula 1, which were obtained through a respectable ninth place.

The next round would mark his young career. In the qualifying session for the Monaco GP, Perez, lost control of his car just exiting the tunnel, hitting the lateral defense, sliding until a TecPro barrier stopped him cold with a heavy impact. The slow motion footage showed the driver holding his head just before the final collision as a protective measure. He was conscious but got a concussion, as a consequence he did not take part in the race the next day.

For the subsequent race in Canada, Perez participated in the first practice session, but chose quit for the weekend, citing dizziness and not feeling 100% fit to compete and was replaced by Pedro de la Rosa. The Mexican turned for the European GP in Valencia, where he finished 11th, but it was in England where he earned his best finish of the season with an excellent 7th place, and after starting from 12th.

On July 28, the Sauber team announced it would retain him and Kamui Kobayashi for the 2012 season, generating confidence and continuity towards the objectives.

Perez gathered three finishes in the points with a 10th in Singapore, 8th in Japan, and ending with a 10th in India. He finished the season with 14 points.

Undoubtedly, Perez second year a better one, something confirmed by his three podium visits. Just fresh from the off-season, in Australian soil the Mexican finished 8th after starting 22nd, a 14 place jump. He took home four points, but right away he started to gather attention.

In complicated Malaysian race, Sergio showed clear signs of his talent as a driver by finishing second, an achievement that included few attempts to take the lead from in Alonso.

Another visit to the podium came in Montreal, when he crossed the finish line in third, but it was his second in Monza (starting 12th), which definitely put him in a place apart from the rest of his peers. He accumulated 66 points in 2012, which was enough to get the “Big call” for a top team, McLaren.

Lewis Hamilton's departure opened a possibility, and the British team reacted swiftly to secure the services of Mexican, who now faces the 2013 season with assumed title chance given the team’s prowess an his obvious talent.
 

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