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Sentences forSergio Pérez
- Sauber's Sergio Pérez began to catch Alonso, despite a slow pit stop, and looked to be close to passing Alonso, until he ran wide, giving Alonso an unexpected first win of the season.
- At the, he qualified and finished second, despite having to regain the two places he lost at the start and having damaged the front of his car while battling Sergio Pérez for position.
- ;2011Kobayashi was retained for ; he was joined by teammate Sergio Pérez and his compatriot Esteban Gutiérrez as reserve driver.
- Vettel was involved in a minor tangle with Sergio Pérez during practice for the, damaging his front wing coming out of the pits.
- He finished in P12, but he was promoted to P11 after Sergio Pérez was penalised for improving his time in Q2 under yellow flag conditions.
- Sergio Pérez replaced Hamilton for, after Hamilton decided to leave for Mercedes.
- After a difficult 2013 season with McLaren, it was announced in November 2013 that Danish driver, Kevin Magnussen would replace Sergio Pérez as Button's teammate for the 2014 season, after being a member of McLaren's Young Driver Programme.
- Sergio Pérez was his closest rival, but the title was sealed already in the penultimate round at Monza.
- A lack of pace dropped Massa down the order to an eventual ninth-place finish, which became seventh after the Saubers of Kamui Kobayashi and Sergio Pérez were disqualified.
- Brake issues for teammate Räikkönen and bold overtakes on both Force India drivers Esteban Ocon and Sergio Pérez allowed Vettel to recover and he eventually finished fourth, less than a second behind Ricciardo and claiming the final podium spot.
- Massa was able to maintain track position and finish the race in seventh, ahead of Sergio Pérez.
- Sauber's Sergio Pérez finished 2nd and there has been speculation linking Pérez to Massa's seat.
- The string of bad luck continued in Malaysia after a team orders debacle, being caught out by the safety car in Bahrain, a botched pitstop in China and a collision with Sergio Pérez in Canada.
- Having Monterrey beat 4–0 in the first game of the tournament, no one gave Puebla a chance, but in the first match, Puebla surprised everyone by winning 3–1 goals by Gerardo Galindo 4' (own goal), Alejandro Acosta in the 6' and Sergio Pérez in the 56', Humberto Suazo scored Monterrey's only goal in the 48'.
- Buemi also retired after contact with Sergio Pérez.
- Massa showed good pace throughout the race and managed to climb up to third passing both Kimi Räikkönen and Sergio Pérez during the safety car restarts and almost pulled off a sublime move on Sebastian Vettel for second place, before the race was red-flagged due to large amounts of debris around the track.
- At the opening race in Australia, Sergio Pérez and Esteban Ocon finished 11th and 12th respectively.
- After a poor qualifying due to traffic he was only able to start 15th on the grid, due to failures from other cars and a last lap collision between his teammate Bottas and Räikkönen in a battle for the final podium position, Massa was able to cross the finish line a solid 4th place just behind the Force India of Sergio Pérez in 3rd.
- For the 2018 season the team retained the 2017 line up of Sergio Pérez and Esteban Ocon.
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