Perez Acknowledges Need for Results After ‘disaster’ Canadian GP

In summary, Sergio Perez acknowledges that, following a string of unsatisfactory performances in Canada, he needs to put on a solid show this weekend.

Since his double retirement, Perez has “reset.”In the last three races, Perez has only collected four points and has finished last in the last two. “After a catastrophe in Canada, I know I need a successful weekend coming into Spain,” he said.

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In an attempt to address the issues that have kept him out of the final three rounds of the race at the Circuit de Catalunya, he returned to the team’s camp before to this weekend’s competition.

He remarked, “We have reset a little since the last race. Sometimes you are forced to do that.” “To make sure I am getting the most out of this car, I have been in Milton Keynes working with the team to try and identify where and what we can do better.”

“I need to demonstrate that on the track in Barcelona, but I am confident in the car and the performance we can achieve with it.”

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After 1,080 more solar panels are installed on the pit building’s roof, the Circuit de Catalunya will be able to generate half of its daily energy needs, according to the venue. This will add an additional 0.46 GWh of energy annually and nearly double the current number of 1,239 panels. The track holds the title for having Catalunya’s largest public self-consumption photovoltaic plant.

London will host the F1 exhibition.

On August 23, the official Formula 1 exhibition will relocate to the Excel center in London. The wrecked VF-20 chassis from Romain Grosjean’s massive crash in the 2020 Bahrain Grand Prix is one of the many exhibits that showcase the history and technology of the sport.

Affected Bilinski will miss more FREC rounds.

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Following his absence from the previous round of the Formula Regional European Championship in Zandvoort, Roman Bilinksi, driver for Trident, will miss many rounds going forward. A few days prior to the race, Bilinksi was hurt in a car accident on the road.

He expressed his disappointment at having to miss some rounds this year because of an injury. “I’ll be trying to heal as quickly and well as I can so that I can hopefully get back in the car soon.”