Checo Pérez stopped Schumacher’s finger at practice

The Mexican driver Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez did not have the best of days this Friday in the practices of the Hungarian Grand Prix of Formula 1 being somewhat far from the tip at the best time of this Friday, however, the tapatío stole the reflectors for two situations in the first tests at the Hungaroring.Checo Pérez stole the reflectors, first for being attacked by an attack of sneezing during a lap in practice, a situation that caused some laughter even from the chroniclers, after the television broadcast opened the microphones to listen to the conversation, but the surprise was that the sneezes of the Mexican were heard. Sergio Pérez’s second situation that caught the eye was when he stopped mick Schumacher’s middle finger, driver of the Hass team, during the first free practice of the Hungarian Grand Prix. The Mexican driver was setting a good pace and good time, which could put him in a better position in the table, but in one of the sectors of the Hungaroring he met the Haas of the son of the legend Michael Schumacher. Checo Pérez stopping the middle finger to Mick Schumacher/Twitter Mick hindered the tapatío and for this reason the Mexican had to reduce the speed that he already marked with just over 5 minutes left for FP1 to end. In the repetition, it is observed how Checo Pérez before taking a curve, painted finger to the German with his right hand. Sergio Pérez, third in the World Championship – 70 points behind Verstappen – set the sixth time of the first session. The Tapatío rider turned 24 times and in his good attempt stopped the stopwatch in 1:19.622. At 872 thousandths of the time of Sainz.We recommend you read In the second free practice of the Hungarian Grand Prix, Checo Pérez, was registered ninth in the time table of the thirteenth race in the Formula 1 World Championship. The brave driver from Tapatío gave 28 laps; and in the best of them he stayed nine and a half tenths of Leclerc. He has a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidad de Occidente, Unidad Guasave, with a specialty in Media. In his career as a journalist he has done work focused on the agricultural, fishing, health, economic sector, among others. In 2016 he joined EL DEBATE, where he worked as a reporter for locals in Guasave, where he also covered the current affairs, sports and police sections. Since 2017 he entered the digital area as a reporter for the portal of the newspaper EL DEBATE in specializing in the Sports section. In addition to studying and passing the “Sports Journalism Workshop” at the University of Guadalajara in its Virtual University system. See more

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