The night from Saturday to Sunday before the Grand Prix of Malaysia the pilot Force India Sergio Perez has spent under a dropper.
The Mexican picked up a virus before the start of the racing weekend in Sepang and admitted that the race in Malaysia was his most difficult in his career in F1.
Sergio Perez: It was the most difficult race in my life
“Before the race he was not feeling very well, – said the Executive Director of the Force India Otmar, Szafnauer in the comments AUTOSPORT.com. It seems that this virus is going around in circles. After the Grand Prix he said he wanted to stay in the middle of the race, but still decided to continue the fight.
Sergio did what had to do – got to finish. He said it was the most difficult race of his career. I can understand him. In conditions of heat and high humidity will not be easy and healthy man, and when you feel bad, it’s probably extremely difficult to move”.
When Otmar asked whether Perez fully recover for the week-end in Japan, he replied: “Yes. He’ll be fine”.
Until Monday evening, October 2, you have the opportunity to exhibit their own evaluations of the pilots in F1 for the Grand Prix of Malaysia, and on Tuesday we’ll summarize the results. Go and vote!
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