Sergio Pérez has apologized to his teammate, two-time F1 world champion Max Verstappen, after their falling out in Brazil.
A week after their highly publicized dispute at the finish of the Brazilian Grand Prix, the tone is now calm between the two drivers of the Red Bull team, Sergio Pérez and Max Verstappen.
If Verstappen confirmed that he would serve the Mexican this weekend in Abu Dhabi, Checo meanwhile wanted to apologize to his leader for his remarks made at the arrival of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
“Formula 1 is a very emotional sport.comments Perez. There is no other sport where you can express yourself live, it’s only in F1 that it happens. So I think it’s normal that there are a lot of emotions going on and a lot of things being said. »
“I obviously regret a lot of things I said after the race because I’m back with Max in the relationship we had before this incident, and we’re both in the team, and everyone is ready. to move forward. »
“I think everyone found themselves in a very difficult situation in Sao Paulocontinues Pérez. On Max’s side, on the team’s side and mine – everyone. I think we could have handled the situation better, which the team recognized. We will learn from this and do things differently in the future. »