How did Checo Pérez’s participation in the Canadian GP go?

East Sunday June 19the Formula 1 will have his ninth race of the 2022 season with the Canadian Grand Prixin the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve from Montreal.

Red Bullhe will try to follow go the distance in the constructors’ championship against Ferrari, in addition to the performance in individual mexican Sergio Perez and the Dutch Max Verstappenwithout forgetting monegasque Charles Leclerc.

In this circuit, Checo Pérez will be looking for his fourth consecutive podium of the seasonbut the battle will be complex and you will have to face the changes to your RB18 to do battle with teammate Verstappen, who dominated the track in practice and qualifying.

Czech bathed in the glory of stand on the podium of the Grands Prix of Spain (2), Monaco (1) and Azerbaijan (2)now the challenge is to return to the top in Montreal, after a long absence of 10 years without knowing the joys of victory on this stage.

This opportunity could also arise, due to the sanction that Leclerc obtained to make changes to your car; however the difficulty Czech is that had bad tests and rough qualification, with shock included, which leaves it hard in the extension 13 for this Sunday.

The privilege line on the grid consists Verstappen and Fernando Alonso first, Carlos Sainz and Lewis Hamilton in the second.


The Red Bull Racing driver have Canadian GP pending accountswhere has failed to make the podium since 2012when he came third as part of the The Sauber teambehind Lewis Hamilton and Romain Grosjean.

Since, Pérez did not return to the first places, have his best result in 2017when was the fifth with Force India. He finished 11th in 2013, 2014 and 2015. 10th in 2016, 14th in 2018 and 12th in 2019.


The canadian date is part of a North American stage of Formula 1. This stage initially it was performed in the months of September and October, after the European tour; from 1982 it was moved to boreal summer, so that andhe The Canadian Grand Prix almost always takes place in early Junesometimes coinciding with the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The first winner in Montreal was the canadian Gilles Villeneuveborn in Quebec and Died during qualifying practice for the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix. After his death, the Montreal circuit was renamed Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in his honor.

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