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Sergio Perez will no longer be a Racing Point / Aston Martin rider next year, Sebastian Vettel has been substituted for Mexico. Perez says he has been going to keep a secret from him ever since he turned out.

“Ever since the news came out, some people within the team have started to hide things from me. I don’t think that’s good, ”Perez said before the Russian Grand Prix.

“We need to be as transparent as possible so that we can achieve our goals and score as many points as possible.”

“It will be crucial to get every possible point, this is very important for the constructors’ championship. We still have a chance to close the most successful season in the team’s history. ”

“We’ll all be very disappointed if we don’t finally manage to finish third in the league.”

Perez, despite Racing Point’s decision, is unlikely to be left without a team next year, with some reports already signing a pre-contract with Haas. His Mexicans were asked if he had any bad feelings about Vettel, who was replacing him.

“I hate Vettel!” Perez replied, just funny, of course, adding that there was really nothing wrong with the German rider, and he even understood why they had chosen him. “You’re coming to a fantastic team.”

Source: Crash.net

Image source (s): Getty Images



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