F1 News: “These zeros are very expensive” in drivers’ championship, feels Sergio Pérez after DNF at Canadian GP 2022 F1

F1 News: “These zeros are very expensive” in drivers’ championship, feels Sergio Pérez after DNF at Canadian GP 2022 F1
F1 News: “These zeros are very expensive” in drivers’ championship, feels Sergio Pérez after DNF at Canadian GP 2022 F1

Sergio Pérez suffered his second DNF of the 2022 season last weekend at the Canadian Grand Prix, where he had already had a rocky start with a qualifying crash on Saturday. With Red Bull having had a total of four DNFs in the last nine races, the Mexican admitted that the RB18’s reliability issues could be a cause for concern when it comes to the constructors’ title.

As reported by PlanetF1, Sergio Pérez outlined what went wrong in Canada, detailing how these issues could prove costly for the team in the long run. He said:

“It was the gearbox, in fact it was already in its last race, it was very close to the limit and unfortunately it failed. These are things that are difficult to prevent, more so on a track like the one in Canada where there are many potholes, we are checking on Friday if he has not had any problems”.

He continued:

“These things happen, unfortunately. It is important to resolve these issues that are always different for us, each reliability issue has been different during the year, so we have to continue working. It is a point that will decide the championship, without a doubt these zeros are very expensive at this stage of the championship”.

Despite not scoring a single point in the championship last weekend, Sergio Pérez remains second in the drivers’ standings.

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Sergio Pérez is recovering from the Canadian GP qualifying accident before Silverstone

With a week’s break before F1 heads to Silverstone for the 2022 British Grand Prix, Sergio Perez is in recovery mode to prepare physically for the race after a crash in Canadian GP qualifying.

Describing the rehabilitation process, he said:

“The start of the week is always hard after such a bad day but I’m fine, recovering from my neck because I have a strong contracture after the fall, which I didn’t feel. It hurt a lot but in general everything was fine. Each race is different, right now I’m preparing for the strong contracture I had in my neck and I can’t exercise, I’m in pure neck therapy to be 100 percent at Silverstone”.

He added:

“Every run works differently because your body is in a different state all the time, there are times when you have to push more cardio, strength or endurance. So you always work different things, in (weeks) ‘back to back’ it’s a very regenerative recovery that he does.”

The Mexican has less than two weeks to undergo neck therapy to get back into shape for Silverstone. Catch it below at the British GP on June 26, 2022.


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