If it comes to it, will Red Bull Racing actually ask Sergio Perez to move over and hand the win to Max Verstappen? Will the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez continue to be a ‘Red Bull track’ or will we continue to buck the trend of certain circuits favouring one of the two title-battling teams?
And of course, it’s the start of the final triple header of the 2021 Formula 1 Season. But this one’s much different than most other triple headers Formula 1 has experienced.
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In this Pits to Podium segment of the Inside Line F1 Podcast, Soumil and Kunal share story lines to watch the 2021 Mexico Grand Prix for. Sergio Perez, altitude and cooling will be the buzzwords. Are Ferrari and Alpine the dark horses?
In the Drivers’ Championship battle, there are about 80 points up for grabs and the pressure will be felt not just on the two title protagonists but also on the guys on the pit wall, the pit crew and more. After all, a tyre strategy error or even a slow stop could have a significant blow in their driver’s title hopes.
But of course, the one thing that Mexico will deliver is a legion of fans that are very passionate about Formula 1 and Sergio Perez! Tune in!
(Season 2021, Episode 67)
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