F1 » Perez: I'll be fighting for title in two or three years


Sergio Perez: In the future my goal is to be in a big team and to be fighting for race victories.

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cknopp - Unregistered

April 01, 2012 3:26 PM

Any driver not in a to team would say this. Petrov, di resta, any of the up and comers would and do say the same thing.

I'm more concerned that he effectively stated that saber had no chance. Not this year, and not in the near future. I wonder how the team are going to take that.

jose - Unregistered

April 01, 2012 4:44 PM

cknopp,
Sauber should not jaded be by Perez remarks. Sauber has never had the resources to be a top contender. They should be proud
to have a really talented driver. Sauber has had some really super drivers, Kimi, Massa, JV and a few others. They have never had a really competitive car.
richard decries Perez performance as a 'freak', or what ever!
I suggest richard you review Perez's lap times after his last pit stop. Freak, your call rich, expected, no surprise here.
Knowing Ferrari, I'm not sure that Alonzo really won, fairly!!

Badman, Jose

richard

April 01, 2012 4:49 PM

jose. you are still all at sea, i see! do you honestly believe that had it been a normal dry race, then perez would have been anywhere but in mid field, around the tenth mark? do you think that somehow, in the space of a week, adriver has found a secret ingredient?
i know you come up with some odd comments, but that takes the sea biscuit.
similarly, alonso would not have been on the podium either.
the race is run, the positions decided, but it WAS a freak result!

Chop Chop - Unregistered

April 01, 2012 6:20 PM

Good ambition but second place finished in such as rain and chaos does not mean much Mr. Perez. Also technology regulation was changed for 2012 and most of leading teams have problems with their car performance.
Every F1 drivers have goal for Driver Championship.
You have to open your mouth again when 2012 season end.

jose - Unregistered

April 01, 2012 6:57 PM

Pole position, Richard,
Not on the pole, defiantly Not!
willing to bet he would be some place between 5 and 8 place
excellent considering the car he is driving. His teammate
Kobi was running very fast with little to no rear brakes.
Maybe sauber has upped its game with the help of that Ferrari engine. Next race we all will be watching closely.
Still sailing south lite winds ENE 5-8kts sense midnight.
making about 3kts.

Jose

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