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Red Bull drivers divide duties: Perez back to press conference

Red Bull drivers divide duties: Perez back to press conference

27-10-2022 06:51 Last update: 08:58


For the second time in a row, Max Verstappen does not have to join the press conference. Once again, it is his teammate Sergio Perez who will be there, ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix.

The press conference for the drivers will be divided by all drivers on Thursday. From the team, one driver has to turn up for the press conference and the other has to go to TV Pen for a 1-on-1 interview. In groups of five, the drivers then appear in front of the camera at 14:00 and 14:35 local time.

Perez has to go to press conference

For Red Bull Racing, Perez joins the press conference. It is the Mexican's home race and so there will be plenty of questions for the Red Bull driver. Next to him are Mick Schumacher, Charles Leclerc, Fernando Alonso and Zhou Guanyu. In the second block of the press conference are Yuki Tsunoda, Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo, George Russell and Nicholas Latifi.

Press briefings with the team leaders will then follow on Saturday. At 09:30 local time, Alan Permane (Alpine), Laurent Mekies (Ferrari) and Andrew Shovlin (Mercedes) kick off. Half an hour later, they are alternated by Frederic Vasseur (Alfa Romeo), Franz Tost (AlphaTauri) and Mike Krack (Aston Martin.