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F1: Perez leads the first Brazilian test

Sergio Perez, the Red Bull driver, set the fastest time in the first free practice of the Brazilian Formula 1 race, scheduled for Sunday, in the Formula One World Championship, as this race witnesses the return of the speed racing system.
The Mexican clocked 1:11.853 seconds around the 1,309-kilometre Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace track in Sao Paulo, with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc trailing him by 0.004 seconds in second, then Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in third.
Ferrari’s second driver, Carlos Sainz, finished fourth and will receive a five-second drop penalty for an engine change.
Mercedes’ seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton was fifth, while teammate George Russell was sixth.
The Germans Sebastian Vettel and Mick Schumacher came in seventh and eighth places.
While Vettel will retire at the end of the year, Schumacher has not received an offer from the Haas team to renew his contract so far.
Although Verstappen won the drivers’ category, and his team won the constructors’ category, there are other things that have not yet been decided.
Perez and Leclerc are competing for second place in the drivers category, knowing that Perez is second, five points behind, with only two races left to finish.
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In the constructors’ category, Mercedes is still hoping to beat Ferrari for second place, while Alpine and McLaren battle it out for fourth. F1: Perez leads the first Brazilian test

F1: Perez leads the first Brazilian test

F1: Perez leads the first Brazilian test

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