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Sergio Perez ‘regrets’ making the comments in the Brazilian GP

Sergio Perez Brazilian GP, Six Sports

Red bull driver Sergio Perez has made a statement regarding the Brazilian GP team orders rift.

The latest from the Brazilian GP team orders rift in Red bull happened on Thursday. After red bull released an official statement about the incident, Max Verstappen’s teammate Sergio Perez also made a statement regarding the matter.

The Mexican reflected on the comments he made at the end of the race. Perez recalls making those comments saying he ‘regrets’ them.

The red bull team orders rift is basically situated around the heated comments made by Perez and Verstappen at the end of the race.

Sergio Perez garnered a lot of attention and sympathy after the Brazilian GP incident

Ahead of the final race of the 2022 season – Abu Dhabi GP, Perez talked to the media about the incident:

“Obviously F1, it’s a very emotional sport,”

 Perez told the TV media.

“And there is no other sport where you can speak yourself live, and it’s only in F1 this happens. So there’s a lot of emotions going on in a lot of things to say.

“I obviously regret a lot of things I said after the race because I am back with Max in the relationship we used to have, and we are both on the team and everyone is ready to move forwards.”

Perez further pointed out that the situation could have been handled better:

“Everyone was put in a very difficult situation there, within Max, within the team, myself,”

 the 32-year-old said.

“I think we could have handled the situation better. We will obviously learn from it and do things differently in the future.

“And that’s the way you should be – every team around the paddock is learning.

“Luckily it was just the last 100 metres of the lap I found out he wouldn’t give me back the position. It obviously was a bad feeling.

“But I think I’m able to put all of this behind us. My priority is to have a good environment to work in and to be able to trust my team-mate, to trust my team. And that’s my priority.”

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