Checo Pérez is facing a good opportunity to win in the Grand Prix, the one that has caused the most expectations in recent years, due to the dominance of Red Bull, however, the Mexican has a complex task after finishing fourth in the qualifying session.

Mercedes is back in competition after a very low season, while Ferrari did not give the width, so that Checo’s rivals in the race are Lemus Hamilton and George Russell.

Mexican Grand Prix qualifying session
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The keys to Checo’s comeback

Historically, the qualifications have not been the best feature of the Mexican, but the races and the comebacks themselves, as it should be remembered that in his first victory, in Bahrain fell to last place in the first round.

Electrical problem repair

Czech fell to fourth place due to an electrical problem that affected its performancebecause he had to activate the manual DRS.

If Red Bull can give Checo a car in perfect conditionwill have material to fight the Mercedes.

Checo Pérez explains the problems he had in the Qualy of the Mexican GP
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the start

Checo has to be aggressive at the start, to try to gain some position from the Mercedesbut at the same time you must be careful to avoid contact when taking the first curves.

The task is not easy, because his direct rival at the start of the race is Lewis Hamilton, who is a beast at the start. If she manages to get past him before the first corner, she will have a long way to go to the podium.

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes Formula 1
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pit stop

If Checo doesn’t achieve that first goal, then Red Bull’s strategy with pit stops will come into play. The Austrian team holds the record for the three fastest stops of the season with Checo Pérez.

Any second or fraction of a second that Checo can beat the Mercedes, It will be key as long as the Mexican makes a solid career.

Czech Perez in Pits
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