Regarding Sergio Perez’s future, Martin Brundle is convinced that he has heard the whole story.
The Sky F1 broadcaster maintains that Red Bull plans to keep Perez through 2024, the last year of his contract, in spite of the growing rumor that he would be fired.
Brundle has shared what he has heard on the grapevine, despite Perez’s collision on the opening lap of his home race in Mexico being further blow to his aspirations.Brundle declared, “I’ll stick by what I’ve said in the last couple of races.””I think Red Bull really wants to run Perez again the next season and will stop at nothing to make that happen
“They don’t want to alter the terms of the contract for a variety of reasons.
They currently have that as their goal.”Those who know have informed me unequivocally that it’s not about coming in second in the championship.”He must undoubtedly have three strong races; else, where does he stand mentally moving forward?Perez now has the Red Bull seat for the upcoming year. Without a question.”It has to be said that, although Max has dominated the season, the race behind Red Bull has been solid,” Naomi Schiff continued.