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  • 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.Fernando Alonso-Wikipedia
  • 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.Kimi Räikkönen-Wikipedia
  • ;2011Kobayashi was retained for ; he was joined by teammate Sergio Pérez and his compatriot Esteban Gutiérrez as reserve driver.Sauber Motorsport-Wikipedia
  • Vettel was involved in a minor tangle with Sergio Pérez during practice for the, damaging his front wing coming out of the pits.Sebastian Vettel-Wikipedia
  • It is also the current residence of French tennis players Richard Gasquet, Gilles Simon and Florent Serra, and of the Mexican Formula 1 driver Sergio Pérez.Neuchâtel-Wikipedia
  • 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.Felipe Massa-Wikipedia

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