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Singapore GP – Thursday press conference – Pt.1

I definitely have a very strong feeling. As you say, it's not similar to Spa or Monza but I think we should be quite good here. It's very difficult to know what to expect but I think we can also be competitive here and this is our target, to fight for the podium again.

Q:
How important is the tyre strategy going to be here, because it was interesting to see your team mate doing a long stint last year at this circuit?

Sergio Perez:
The thing is, it's always very important, very crucial, the way you manage the tyres, the way you manage your strategy, so it will be quite crucial. I think it's quite important here as well, because you do have some big tyre degradation, especially coming from overheating the rears so it will be important to manage the tyres and it will be crucial as well for the strategy.

Q:
So can that give you a good result?

Sergio Perez:
I hope so. I hope we can be on the good side with the tyre degradation. We don't have any guarantees, so we have to see how we are tomorrow in terms of car balance for the long runs.

Q:
We've been hearing various rumours about your future for many months now; can you tell us if approaches have been made by major teams to you, which teams?

Sergio Perez:
As I say, in the position that I am, when I have a good result because I'm fighting for points and sometimes I'm able to get some good points so it's always the time when the rumours start but then you have another race and there are no more rumours and they are chasing the driver who has a good race. In that respect, I'm not really worried. I know that I have a very strong car for the next seven races so I hope I can deliver very strong performances.

Q:
But have approaches been made?

Sergio Perez:
No.

Q:
From major teams, no approaches?

Sergio Perez:
No.





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