Perez confident luck will change in Melbourne

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Perez confident luck will change in Melbourne

After a slice of again luck in Jeddah, Sergio Perez is assured that his fortunes will flip round in Australia on the weekend.

The Pink Bull driver produced the ‘lap of his life’ to take the primary pole place of his Components 1 profession final day trip in Saudi Arabia, and had been main the race properly earlier than pitting, however an ill-timed Digital Security Automotive interval allowed these round him to pit with much less of a lack of time, which ultimately dropped him all the way down to P4 within the race.

He had additionally been working properly in Bahrain within the season opener, however each he and team-mate Max Verstappen retired late on within the race, leaving him doubtlessly 25 factors in need of what his complete may very well be after two races.

However Components 1 strikes on and the game has rocked up in Australia for the third race of 2022, with a revised Albert Park structure set for use for the primary time.

Pink Bull and Ferrari look set to lock horns once more on the entrance of the sphere, and Perez hopes to be within the combine as soon as once more – hopefully with luck on his aspect this time.

“It’s nice to be again in Melbourne after two years away, it’s at all times a enjoyable place to race,” he stated. “The followers are at all times nice and I’m positive they’re very excited to have Components 1 in Australia once more.

“This 12 months the monitor structure is new so will probably be fascinating to see how this recent era of vehicles will get on there.

“I did some simulator work at first of the week on the monitor and I believe the adjustments ought to be good for the present, it would make issues entertaining.


“It has been so shut within the races to date and the crew and I’ve been unfortunate at occasions, however I’m assured that my luck will change this weekend.

“We have now a robust package deal this season and I can’t wait to get within the automobile once more to see what we will do.”

The brand new monitor structure in Australia is about to be quicker, with lap occasions predicted to fall by as much as 5 seconds, and a file 4 DRS zones will likely be in place on the weekend.




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