In Formula One, Sergio Michel “Checo” Perez Mendoza (born 26 January 1990) races for Red Bull Racing, having previously driven for Sauber, McLaren, Force India, and Racing Point. It took him 190 starts before he won his first Formula One Grand Prix at the 2020 Sakhir Grand Prix. At the 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, he also achieved his first Formula One pole position, breaking the record for the most races before a pole position, which stood at 215. Red Bull Racing has contracted Perez until the end of the 2024 season.
Perez was a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy until 2012. During the 2011 Formula One season, he made his Formula One debut driving for Sauber. His first Formula One podium came at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix with Sauber. In recognition of his young age and performance, he has been referred to as “The Mexican Wunderkind”. As a member of the McLaren team for the 2013 season, Perez failed to achieve any podium finishes. In subsequent years, the team decided to replace Perez with Kevin Magnussen.
Perez has been signed by Force India for the 2014 season with a contract worth €15 million. As the Racing Point team reformed in 2019, he remained with Force India when the team went into administration in 2018. Racing Point extended Perez’s contract for three years in 2019. As announced in September 2020, Sebastian Vettel, a four-time Formula One world champion, would replace Perez at Racing Point at the end of the season. According to Red Bull Racing, Perez signed a contract for the 2021 season in December. As a result, Perez won the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix and became the second Formula 1 Grand Prix winner of his career. The 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix marked Perez’s first Formula One pole position, and the Monaco Grand Prix marked his third career victory. It was Perez’s fourth victory at the Singapore Grand Prix in 2022.
Sergio Perez Bio/Wiki
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|Real Name||Sergio Michel Pérez Mendoza|
|Date of Birth||26 January 1990 (Friday)|
|Age||33 years old (as of 2023)|
|Place of Birth||Guadalajara, Mexico|
|Zodiac or Sun Sign||Aquarius|
|Profession||Formula One racing driver|
Sergio Perez Parents, Siblings, And Education
Perez was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, the youngest child of Antonio Perez Garibay and Marilú Mendoza de Perez; he also has an older sister Paola and an older brother Antonio, a retired stock car racing driver who competed in the NASCAR Mexico Series.
|Father Name||Antonio Pérez Garibay (former racing driver and race driver agent)|
|Mother Name||Marilú Mendoza de Pérez|
|Brother||Antonio Perez Mendoza (former Mexican stock car racing driver)|
|College/ University||Not Available|
|Education Qualification||Not Available|
Both brothers Perez are avid fans of association football and have expressed an interest in leaving car racing to play professionally. They are friends with Mexican footballer Javier Hernández.
According to an interview Perez gave for the official Formula One website in 2012, if he hadn’t been a driver, he would have wished to become a lawyer.
In November 2012, Perez launched the Checo Perez Foundation in support of orphans and children suffering from cancer. The foundation was headed by his sister Paola.
Sergio Perez Wife And Kids
Carola Martinez is the stunning wife of Mexican Formula One racer Sergio Perez. Martinez is also a Mexican national, as is her husband. As a social media influencer, she has a large following. As far as Martinez’s education and profession are concerned, there is no information available.
|Wife/ Spouse||Carola Martinez|
|Marriage Date||3 June 2018|
Sergio and Carola are both from Guadalajara, Mexico. In terms of how the couples met for the first time, it is unclear. In spite of this, the couple had been dating for a long time. Perez and Martinez were married in an intimate ceremony in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on 3 June 2018. As part of their marriage ceremony, the couple received the blessing of Pope Francis.
The couple has two children. Sergio Perez Jr., their elder son, was born in 2017 before their marriage. They were blessed with a baby girl on September 15, 2019. She was named Carlota by the couple. It has been rumored that the couple is expecting a third child.
Carola Martinez maintains an Instagram account with a following of 88.5k. In addition to being active on social media, she frequently shares pictures with her husband.
Sergio Perez Height, Weight, And Physical Appearance
|Height||in centimeters- 173 cm|
in meters- 1.73 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 8”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 63 kg|
in Pounds- 139 lbs
Sergio Perez Net Worth
As of 2023, Sergio Perez is estimated to have a net worth of $30 million USD. The majority of his income is derived from his salary and endorsements.
As part of his contract with Red Bull Racing, Perez earns an annual salary of $8 million USD. Perez is one of the biggest sports stars in the world. A number of companies endorse him, including Telmex, Telcel, and Claro. They are all telecommunications companies.
|Net Worth (as of 2023)||$30 Million|
|Salary Per Year (as of 2023)||$8 Million|
|Car Collection||Bugatti Chiron ($3 Million USD)|
McLaren 720S ($1 Million USD)
Mercedes Benz AMG ($790,000 USD)
Porsche Panamera ($305,000 USD)
BMW X7 ($200,000 USD)
|House Location||Feusisberg, Switzerland|
The Hawkers sunglass brand sponsored Perez, but the contract later ended. Luxury cars are a huge passion for Sergio Perez, the world’s No.3 racer. Above are a few of the luxury cars he owns in his garage.
Perez owns a luxurious house in Mexico with a floor area of 15,000 square feet. There is no information regarding the value of the house. In 2012, Perez and his family established a charitable foundation called Checo Perez Foundation. The organization is dedicated to helping orphans and children suffering from cancer.
Sergio Perez Early Career
- In 1996, Perez began karting at age six. Four victories and was runner-up in the junior category in his first year of competition.
- In 1997, he was the youngest driver in the karting Youth Class and won a race, finished on five podiums, and finished fourth.
- In the following year, he competed in the junior category, winning eight races and becoming the youngest champion. Besides Shifter 125cc, he competed in Master Kadets, finishing on the podium.
- Three wins and third place in the championship were his accomplishments in 1999. By participating in the 80cc Shifter, he became the youngest driver to win a competition in the category.
- It was part of the Telmex Challenge that he competed in the Shifter 80cc Championship as well as three Shifter 125cc races.
- He became the youngest driver in the 125cc Shifter Regional category the following year. Eventually, he caught the attention of Escuderia Telmex scouts.
- Perez finished as the national runner-up in the Shifter 125cc category in 2002, and he qualified fifth and finished 11th in the global Shifter 80cc race in Las Vegas.
- He was leading both championships in the 125cc category in 2003 but withdrew from the last seven races.
- Also that year, he competed in the Easy Kart 125 Shootout, where he won the race as the youngest driver, again.
Skip Barber, Formula BMW, And A1 Grand Prix
- In 2004, Perez competed in the Skip Barber National Championship held in the United States. He finished eleventh in the championship driving for a team sponsored by the Mexican telecommunications company Telmex.
- In 2005, Perez moved to Europe to compete in the Formula BMW ADAC series in Germany. For four months, he was permitted to live in a restaurant owned by his team manager. As a driver for 4speed Media, he finished fourteenth in the championship and improved to sixth the following year.
- As a member of the A1 Team Mexico, Perez took part in one round of the A1 Grand Prix championship during the 2006–07 season. Among the series’ young drivers, he was the third youngest.
- In 2007, Perez switched to the British Formula 3 Championship. The residence of Perez has been relocated to Oxford.
- With the T-Sport team, he competed in the National Class – for older chassis – and won the championship comfortably.
- As a result, he won two-thirds of the races, won a similar proportion of pole positions, and finished on the podium in all but two of the races.
- He joined T-Sport’s International Class in 2008, where he was one of the few drivers to utilize a Mugen Honda engine.
- In spite of leading the championship early in the season, he ultimately finished fourth in the drivers’ standings.
As a member of the Campos Grand Prix team in the 2008-09 GP2 Asia Series, Perez partnered with Russian driver Vitaly Petrov. It was the first time a Mexican driver had competed at this level of motorsport since Giovanni Aloi participated in International Formula 3000 in 1990.
In his first GP2 Asia Series race at Sakhir, he won from lights to flag after starting from the pole position. His second win came at Losail during the sprint race of the night meeting in Qatar.
As part of the main 2009 GP2 Series, he drove alongside fellow Formula Three graduate Edoardo Mortara at Arden International. As a result, Perez finished twelfth in the standings, with his best result coming at Valencia, where he finished second.
Prior to his 2010 main series campaign with Barwa Addax, he competed in two rounds of the 2009–10 GP2 Asia Series. In the standings, he placed second behind Pastor Maldonado after winning five races.
Career In Formula One
Sauber announced on 4 October 2010 that Perez would join the team in 2011 in place of Nick Heidfeld. Subsequently, Sauber announced a partnership with Perez’s sponsor Telmex. Since Hector Rebaque competed in Formula One between 1977 and 1981, he became the fifth Mexican to compete in the sport. Since October 2010, he has also been a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy.
On 28 July, it was announced that Perez would remain with Sauber for the 2012 season, alongside teammate Kobayashi. During the Ferrari Driver Academy, Perez tested a Ferrari F60 – Ferrari’s car from the 2009 season – on 13 September. In conjunction with fellow academy member Jules Bianchi, Perez conducted the test.
As a result of excessively-worn tyres, Perez finished eighth at the Australian Grand Prix. He won the second round in Malaysia after battling with Fernando Alonso. He closed the gap to 0.5 seconds in the dying laps of the race, but went wide at turn 14 and fell back, finishing 2.2 seconds behind Alonso.
The 2012 Chinese Grand Prix saw him qualify eighth, but finish eleventh after pit strategy problems and clutch issues. At the Canadian Grand Prix, Perez obtained his second career podium after starting fifteenth and finishing third, despite recording the fastest lap in Monaco.
The Mexican Grand Prix was Perez’s first race in Formula One, starting in 17th and finishing in 6th. In the Belgian Grand Prix, he qualified fifth fastest. Perez was promoted to fourth on the grid after Maldonado’s penalty. As a result of Romain Grosjean’s spectacular accident, he was forced to retire from the race. Five cars were involved in a domino effect caused by Grosjean’s crash into Lewis Hamilton. The championship leader Fernando Alonso and Perez’s teammate Kamui Kobayashi were also involved in the accident.
The Italian Grand Prix was Perez’s third podium. Despite his best efforts, he failed to qualify for Q3 on Saturday. In Sunday’s race, he placed second.
Lewis Hamilton left McLaren for Mercedes in 2013, and Perez was confirmed as Hamilton’s replacement on 28 September 2012. In McLaren’s cartoon Tooned, he replaced Hamilton. As a result, Perez was released from Ferrari’s driver academy.
Perez qualified 15th and finished 11th in Australia, later describing the weekend as “difficult” for him and the team. Starting ninth on the grid, he finished ninth, scoring his first points for McLaren. Having pitted for fresh tyres, he also achieved the fastest lap.
His Bahrain GP finish was 6th ahead of Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso (8th) and his teammate Jenson Button (10th), with whom he had a fierce duel during which they touched on a couple of occasions, increasing the competition between McLaren drivers.
The 2013 Monaco Grand Prix was marked by aggressive overtaking moves by Perez before he retired after a collision with Kimi Räikkönen. The incident led Räikkönen to suggest punching Perez in the face. His fifth-place finish in India, four seconds off the podium, was his season’s best.
Kevin Magnussen will replace Perez at McLaren at the end of the season, Perez confirmed on 13 November 2013. For 2014, Force India confirmed that Perez would join Nico Hülkenberg in their driver line-up for 15 million Euros, exactly one month after he left McLaren.
Force India (2014–2018)
Perez’s drive for Force India in 2014 was confirmed on 12 December 2013.
After Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification for breaching fuel limits, he was moved up to 10th to get his first point for Force India. A gearbox issue prevented him from starting the Malaysian Grand Prix. However, a week later, he scored Force India’s first podium since 2009, holding off Ricciardo’s Red Bull for third place.
With four places gained at the start, Perez overtook both McLarens and Daniil Kvyat’s Toro Rosso to finish 9th at the Chinese Grand Prix. For the first time this season, Perez retired early for the Monaco Grand Prix after outqualifying his teammate for a second time.
The car suffered braking issues at the Canadian Grand Prix, resulting in Perez losing the podium position to both Red Bulls. During the last lap, he collided with Felipe Massa, who crashed into the back of his Force India. Massa crashed into Perez after he changed his racing line, resulting in a five-place grid penalty for the following race. As well as setting the third-fastest lap of his career, Perez also gave Force India their third-fastest lap.
Force India announced on 7 November 2014 that Perez would remain with the team for 2015. In regards to a further contract extension, Perez said negotiations were “ongoing”. Perez signed a new two-year contract at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, until the end of 2016.
Perez began the 2015 season by finishing 10th in Australia, followed by 13th in Malaysia, 11th in China, and eighth in Bahrain. In Belgium, he placed fifth, and in Italy, he placed sixth. He scored his first podium of the season and Force India’s third podium of all time in russia.
In the first practice session of the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix, he suffered a rear suspension failure and lost control of his car, resulting in a barrel roll that destroyed it. He walked away from the accident without injury. With 78 points, he finished ninth in the 2015 championship, his highest position to date.
A 20-point margin separated him from his teammate Hülkenberg. Aside from his podium finish in Russia, he also achieved top-five finishes in Belgium, the United States, and Abu Dhabi; 63 of his 78 points were earned in the final nine races. In the second half of the season, he out-qualified his teammate in six of the last nine races and eight times overall.
Due to the uncompetitive VJM09, Perez experienced a difficult start to the season for the first four races but scored points with a ninth-place finish in Russia. A seventh-place finish in Barcelona indicated an improvement in the team’s performance.
In Monaco, Perez earned his sixth podium finish (and Force India’s fourth) in wet conditions, moving him up to ninth in the Drivers’ Championship standings. In contrast to previous occasions, he pitted more frequently than Ferrari and Red Bull, sometimes overtaking the front runners and holding Sebastian Vettel at a comfortable distance in fourth.
As a result of a crash during free practice, Perez received a gearbox change penalty, but he was fast enough to qualify on the front row in the European Grand Prix in Baku. While starting from seventh position on the grid, he made his way up to fourth before passing Kimi Räikkönen for third, making it his second podium in three races.
In the wake of the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, Perez announced that he had committed to Force India for the 2017 season. He remains with the Indian team for a fourth consecutive season alongside new teammate Esteban Ocon, ending speculation about a move to Williams, Renault, or Haas. A fourth-place finish in Spain was his highest finish in 2017 after two rivals collided at the start and a third retired mid-race due to a power unit failure.
As a result of his collision with Daniil Kvyat in Monaco, he ended his streak of 17 points finishes. In Canada, he refused to allow a teammate through, who believed he could challenge Daniel Ricciardo for third place. In Baku, where he thought he could challenge for victory, he was again knocked out by Ocon.
As a result of Max Verstappen’s withdrawal from the race on the first lap, he moved up to 6th in the standings. After finishing 9th in Britain, he slipped to 7th in the championship, behind his teammate and Verstappen. Throughout the remainder of the season, he remained in seventh place.
Perez finished outside the points in the first three races of the season. During the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, he achieved the eighth podium finish of his career, finishing third after an incident-filled race. During the final laps of the race, he passed Sebastian Vettel for 3rd place, making him the first driver to finish on the podium twice at the Baku City Circuit (in 2016 and 2018).
With 9th place in Spain, another points finish was achieved. Due to an engine failure, he was forced to retire from the race in France. In Austria and Germany, the team finished 7th in three consecutive points finishes.
During the second half of the season, Perez earned seven points and finishes nine races. After a poor performance in Singapore, he was criticized. During the opening lap, he collided with his teammate Ocon, causing Ocon to crash into a wall and retire from the race. Additionally, he collided with Sergey Sirotkin, resulting in a drive-through penalty.
Later, he stated that he considered his penalty to be “fair”. During his home race in Mexico, he suffered a brake failure and was forced to retire. In the championship, he finished eighth with 62 points, ahead of teammate Ocon, and was the only driver not associated with Mercedes, Ferrari, or Red Bull to finish on the podium.
Racing Point (2019–2020)
Racing Point Force India became Racing Point for the 2019 season, retaining Perez as a driver. Former Williams driver Lance Stroll joined him on the team. As a result of the administration events of the previous year, Racing Point saw 2019 as a transitional year. A good start to the season, including a sixth-place finish in Azerbaijan, was followed by a string of eight races without points, the longest such streak of his career. It included the rain-affected German Grand Prix in which he crashed out early in the race, while his teammate Stroll briefly led the race before finishing fourth.
In a similar manner to 2018, Perez performed better during the second half of the season. Despite retiring due to an oil leak in Singapore, he scored points in every race after the summer break, including a strong 6th-place finish in Belgium. As a result of low grid positions, many of these points’ finishes were achieved, including a 7th-place finish in Italy after starting 18th, an 8th-place finish in Japan after starting 17th, and a 10th-place finish in the United States after starting from the pit lane.
With 52 points, he finished the season in 10th place in the championship, comfortably ahead of his teammate Stroll.
Perez had signed an extension with Racing Point that would extend his contract until the end of 2022. He tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, three days before the British Grand Prix. As a result, he was unable to participate in the British Grand Prix. Nico Hülkenberg was temporarily substituted for him. A positive COVID-19 test confirmed that he would also miss the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix
. As a result of testing negative for COVID-19 after the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, Perez returned to racing at the Spanish Grand Prix, qualifying fourth and finishing fifth. Announcing his departure from Racing Point at the end of the 2020 season, Perez announced his decision in September 2020. With Racing Point becoming Aston Martin in 2021, he will be replaced by Sebastian Vettel.
At the Sakhir Grand Prix, Perez won his first race, becoming Formula 1’s 110th winner. A collision between Perez and Leclerc on the first lap resulted in Perez dropping from second to 18th and last. After taking the lead on lap 64, he went on to win the race over Esteban Ocon and teammate Lance Stroll. In 1970, Pedro Rodrguez won the Belgian Grand Prix, which was the first win for a Mexican driver since that time.
The season ended with Perez scoring 125 points, including one podium and one win. In 2021, he achieved his best-ever championship finish by placing fourth overall.
Red Bull (2021–present)
Max Verstappen partnered with Perez in 2021, replacing Alex Albon, who was demoted to reserve and test driver.
Red Bull Racing’s Perez made his debut at the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix finishing 5th. He came 11th in qualifying on Saturday. As he was forming for the race, his car shut down due to an electrical failure. Before starting the race from the pitlane, he reset his RB16B.
0.035 seconds behind polesitter Lewis Hamilton, Perez qualified on the front row in the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, ahead of teammate Max Verstappen in P3. He started on the front row for the first time.
Perez qualified behind Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas in 4th place for the 2021 French Grand Prix. During the race, he conserved his tyres. A fresher set of tyres enabled him to pass Bottas on lap 49. His career-best podiums came on consecutive weekends for the first time.
He finished third in the Turkish Grand Prix after an “intense” wheel-to-wheel battle with Lewis Hamilton.
As a result of a drinks failure on the first lap, Perez finished in the same position, over 42 seconds behind eventual winner Verstappen, after qualifying ahead of Bottas and starting 3rd behind teammate Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.
It was Perez’s first podium in Mexico and the third consecutive in his career. The final stages of the race saw him pressure Lewis Hamilton for 2nd place, but he could not pass Hamilton.
Perez scored 190 points, with one win and five podiums. Fourth overall was his best result since 2020.
Perez stayed at Red Bull in 2022. Soon after Perez won in Monaco, the team announced he would stay through 2024.
The Australian Grand Prix saw Perez qualify third. He lost a position to Lewis Hamilton at the start and got it back on lap 10. During lap 21, he pitted for hard tyres. He passed Fernando Alonso and George Russell. Max Verstappen retired from the race on lap 39 and Perez was then running second behind Charles Leclerc. It was Perez’s sixteenth podium of his career.
He crashed at the Portier corner on his final attempt at qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix. Almost everyone was running on fully wet tyres at the start. Taking the lead after Sainz pitted on Lap 22, Perez pitted onto intermediate tyres on Lap 17. In the same lap, Perez pitted for the slick hard tyres, and he still led. The race was restarted on medium tyres after a red flag. The tyres on his car degraded quickly and he couldn’t overtake Ferraris or his teammate. After reaching the three-hour limit, Perez won his third Formula One race, beating Sainz and Verstappen.
He started fourth at the British Grand Prix. After crashing at turn four, he had to pit for a new front wing, dropping him to 17th. Despite a safety car, he recovered and battled Lewis Hamilton and Charles Leclerc for second. Also voted ‘Driver of the Day’.
In Mexico, Perez qualified fourth and overtook George Russell to finish third behind Lewis Hamilton and teammate Verstappen.
Perez and Leclerc tied on 280 points for second place in Abu Dhabi. During qualifying, Perez received a tow from his teammate and qualified second, ahead of Leclerc. Perez pitted opposite Leclerc during the race, switching to a two-stop strategy. At the chicane, he went wide while attempting an overtake on Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso.
Another mistake was made when he overtook Lewis Hamilton. Pierre Gasly, who was being lapped, wasn’t quick to concede the position because he was engaged in his own battle. Finally, Perez finished 1.4 seconds behind Leclerc in third place to finish third in the 2022 Drivers Standings.
This was Perez’s best season in Formula 1, with 2 wins, 1 pole position, 11 podiums, and 3 fastest laps.
Facts About Sergio Perez
- Despite conserving his tyres until lap 24, Sergio Perez managed to overtake Valtteri Bottas in the second last lap of the 2021 French Grand Prix.
- At the 2021 Styrian Grand Prix in Austria, his podium streak ended when he failed to overtake Valtteri Bottas.
- During the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix, Sergio Perez suffered an unfortunate accident when he crashed his car. Perez’s car was repaired before the race, but he had to start from the back after missing the qualifying race. Despite this, the race was red-flagged after just two laps, resulting in Perez finishing 20th. As a result of Lance Stroll’s penalty, he was promoted to 19th.
- As an animal lover, Sergio Perez owns two golden retrievers as pets.
- The COVID-19 lockdown caused Checo Perez to order a gaming setup for his home in order to simulate the feeling of driving a Formula 1 racing car. The setup included a real-life car seat, steering wheel, and accelerator and brake pedals for playing racing games.
- The F1 2019 Anniversary Addition videogame was released by Codemasters in 2019 and features the faces of Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton on the CD cover.
- Both Sergio’s father and brother were involved in the racing industry. Ayrton Senna, a Brazilian racing driver, is, however, Sergio’s role model in the sport.
- Sergio enjoys playing football with his friends during his leisure time. He plays football with his friends in Mexico. When he is not racing, Sergio enjoys playing golf as well as football.
- Sergio Perez is suffering from trypophobia. An individual with trypophobia is afraid of patterns of holes.
- Sergio Perez enjoys reading, and his favorite book is Urbrands by Risto Mejide.
- It is no secret that Sergio Perez has a sweet tooth, and he enjoys eating all types of tiramisu.
- For every special moment of his life, Sergio Perez purchased a watch for himself as a gift.
- With victories under his belt, Sergio Perez was able to spend lavishly. A Formula 1 interviewee asked him about his worst purchase and he responded, “There are many, I don’t know where to begin. Ah, I bought my dog an electric helicopter.”.
- In order to increase his earnings, Sergio invests his money in stocks, and the first application he checks on his phone each morning is the CNBC app. “I enjoy studying the stock market, and I have even owned some stocks myself.” If you look at it every single day, you go through a lot of emotions, one day is very good, and one day is very bad. Like with racing, it doesn’t matter what you do, but rather how well you finish. Overall, I really like it and think that investing in it would be a good idea.”
- When Sergio was asked what he would have done if he had not been an F1 driver, he replied, “I would have liked to have been a banker or a lawyer. Both have a lot of adrenaline, which is similar to the stock market.
- In November 2012, Sergio Perez founded the Checo Perez Foundation, which provides basic necessities and education to orphans while also providing assistance to children suffering from cancer. Paola, Sergio’s sister, is the foundation’s president.
He is married Carola Martinez.
Up until 2012, Pérez was a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy. He made his Formula One debut driving for Sauber during the 2011 season. He took his first Formula One podium at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix with Sauber. Due to his young age and performance, he was referred to as “The Mexican Wunderkind
Sergio Perez is a Mexican Formula One racing driver who races for Red Bull Racing. He is known for breaking the record of the most number of starts before winning a race. He won his first race after completing 190 races.
Checo is short for Sergio in Mexico.
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