The Mexican international Sergio Perez has emerged victoriously at the Singapore Grand Prix, despite having a penalty of five seconds. The Red Bull driver was even investigated after the race regarding safety car infringement, but despite that, he kept the victory crown with himself and still ended 7 seconds before Charles Leclerc who came second in the race.
Sergio Perez carried the race on the line and got a better position than the Ferrari driver, and without daunting his nose anywhere else, he was able to secure his fourth Formula One career win, though not easily but facing multiple disruptions.
Carlos Sainz being the second Ferrari driver in the top 3 in the race, received the third position, while the championship leader, Max Verstappen went a bit behind, and earned the seventh position. F1 legend Lewis Hamilton with his Mercedes ended in the ninth position just two rows back of Verstappen. Formula One made its return to Marina Bay Street for the first time in 3 years, since 2019, but the excited fans in the crowd had to wait a little bit, as rain forced the event to get delayed for an hour.
Sergio Perez in this regard
Sergio Perez on his incredible victory in the Singapore Grand Prix said that it was certainly his best performance. He added that the last few laps were a bit intense and he didn’t feel it that much inside his Red Bull but as soon as he went out of the car, he felt it. Lastly, he said that he gave everything to secure that win.
Fans were indeed overwhelmed by the performance of the Mexican F1 driver, who despite having a cost of 5 seconds penalty, beat the man behind him within a span of 7 seconds.
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