the dutch Max Verstappen and the mexican Sergio “Checo” Perezfrom the Red Bull team, say they are excited before the 2022 Miami Grand Prix is run this weekend, a new Formula 1 (F1) scenario, which both are attracted to and consider “exciting”.
“I am looking forward to racing in Miami, I have done the track in the simulator and we have practiced and prepared as much as we could without visiting the track in real life, but I love racing in Austin, so it will be fun that we can go to another state and race this year,” world champion Max Verstappen said in a press release released by his team.
“It’s exciting to see the F1 is getting much bigger in the United States and the teams are working hard to promote the sport here and we have more and more races, so step by step we are making it more popular”, recognizes the reigning world champion.
“Now it’s easier for the cars to follow each other and get ahead of each other and for more teams to compete for the victory, I think that’s the most important thing for the fans, so I hope it will be an exciting weekend because Miami is a city very beautiful and I think it’s a very interesting place to celebrate a Grand Prix,” said Verstappen convinced.
His teammate, Mexican “Checo” Pérez, was just as excited to race in Miami as, he said, “It’s great that the calendar expands more in America, which is much closer to home for me. and one day I might end up living there.
“It’s a big market for Formula 1 and I’m sure there will be a lot of Latin Americans and Mexicans in the race, so I hope to receive a lot of support and it will be a very important race for the team both on and off the track,” explained the driver. from Red Bull.
“These busier races are hard to manage but the team does an amazing job of making sure Max and I can focus on our driving and I have found the new circuit to be fun in the sim and may be a good place to race with. those long straights. But I think choosing the right level of downforce will be the biggest challenge for all the teams.”
“Now I’m fighting for pole position and podiums in every race, which is a great motivation to keep pushing and stay focused as I just want more week after week; and I’m looking forward to seeing what we can do in Miami,” Pérez said.