Sergio Perez on Max Verstappen's move: I am disappointed



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Sergio Perez on Max Verstappen's move: I am disappointed

Max Verstappen shocked the F1 public after he decided not to let Sergio Perez through, despite the team's order. "We will get all of that internally within the team and we will move on," Perez said, as quoted by motorsport.com Sergio Perez is disappointed with Max Verstappen's move, but they have to solve these things between themselves.

"Obviously, I am disappointed, especially after all I've done. But I'm sure we are all grown-ups and we will move forward as a team." "Obviously, I've done a lot for him in the past, there's no secret about it.

But as I say it's good to keep this discussion internally, and we move on as a team." Sergio Perez Perez wants the team to be number one. "Yeah, definitely. Otherwise, it makes no sense for me. It will be different not only in Abu Dhabi, but going forward.

We will always put the team in front of our interests." Perez commented on his race as well as the fight with Leclerc. "Yeah, definitely. Otherwise, it makes no sense for me. It will be different not only in Abu Dhabi, but going forward.

We will always put the team in front of our interests. I think it's the one that finishes ahead, so it would be nice to do that."

George Russell

George Russell took a great victory in his last race. George showed his quality and it seems that he will be one of the main assets of Mercedes in the coming seasons.

All that remains is for him to confirm this in the next challenges that await him. "I thought about it at the end of the race, when he walked in as a 16-year-old with his suit and his tie and his PowerPoint presentation," said Wolff.

"He's the first of our new junior programme that has won a race. "Obviously Lewis has been there forever, and is the most successful of the ones that have graduated from our junior academy. But six years later, [Russell is] a grand prix race winner.

We've always set hard targets. You've got to win GP3, you've got to win F2, and he did that in his rookie seasons. "And then I guess at Williams, it was the best schooling he could have had, maybe a year too long.

"But in any case, today the most relevant [thing] is that he's a grand prix winner and a deserving grand prix winner."