“Checo” Pérez ‘defeats’ Verstappen: The Mexican’s caps alluding to the Japanese GP are sold out – La Opinion

“Checo” Pérez ‘defeats’ Verstappen: The Mexican’s caps alluding to the Japanese GP are sold out – La Opinion

Although Max Verstappen dominates on the tracks, Sergio “Checo” Pérez dominates among the fans. This was evident recently when Red Bull put merchandise alluding to the Japanese Grand Prix on sale and the Mexican driver’s cap ended up selling out, unlike that of the three-time F1 champion.

According to a report from FOX Sports México, many of the fans who tried to purchase the cap with the number 11 worn by the man born in Guadalajara were left wanting when they entered the link on the Austrian team’s store page and that gave them an error as it was not available.

The cap, white and decorated with traditional Japanese cherry treesis part of the items for sale on the occasion of the race that will take place in Japanese territory on April 6 and for which there are still caps from the Dutchman as well as the generic Red Bull model.

Mexican Sergio “Checo” Pérez showing the cap alluding to the Japanese Grand Prix, the fourth round of the 2024 Formula 1 season calendar.

The cost of the Sergio “Checo” Pérez and Max Verstappen caps have an approximate price of about $50 dollars, about $870 Mexican pesos. The special editions of the cap used by the Mexican driver usually have good sales, like the one they sold for the last Mexican GP.

In this way, the importance that Sergio “Checo” Pérez has in Formula 1 is demonstrated once again, not only because of what he is capable of doing on the tracks, as he demonstrated last season by winning the first runner-up position in his career. race in a historic season for Red Bull.

The man from Guadalajara is in the last year of his current contract with the energy drink team and is looking to achieve good results in 2024 to opt for a renewal with the Austrians, who are currently going through difficult times with the controversies with their director, Christian. Horner.

Sergio "Czech" Perez is having a great start to the season taking second place in both the Bahrain and Saudi Arabia GPs.
Sergio “Checo” Pérez is having a great start to this Formula 1 season, taking second place in both the Bahrain and Saudi Arabia Grand Prix.
Credit: Hassan Ammar | AP

Punished in Saudi Arabia’s Power Rankings

Sergio “Checo” Pérez had a good race in the last Saudi Arabia GP, finishing in second place despite a five-second penalty for an unsafe exit from the pits, which was enough for him to The Formula 1 judges will relegate him to fifth place in the Power Rankings.

The Mexican Red Bull driver finished with eight points (out of 10), the same score received by the German Haas team, Nico Hulkenberg, who finished last weekend’s race in Jeddah in tenth place.

The first place in the Power Ranking was obtained, without any surprise, by the Dutchman Max Verstappen who took the victory in Saudi Arabia (as well as in Bahrain) and received a score of 9.6. For his part, second place went to Ferrari’s debutant, Oliver Bearman, just 18 years old.

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