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The best memes of Checo Pérez’s memorable triumph at the Singapore Grand Prix

The Mexican pilot Sergio Czech Perez (Red Bull), was known for his outstanding participation in the Big prize (gp) from Singapore, that shone through the various incidents that, throughout the 61 laps, threatened his victory in the circuit of Marina Bay.

Since the start of the competition, the native of Jalisco took first place thanks to an excellent start that allowed him to overtake the Monegasque Ferrari, charles leclerc – who had taken possession of the pole position in Saturday’s standings.

Despite this, the Monaco driver was a constant threat to Pérez, especially, during the last laps of the street circuit, where the Red Bull and the Ferrari staged a intense fight for the crown – and from which Pérez managed to get rid of, after the victory almost slipped out of his hands.

Of course, the cardiac episode was shared by the fans of the Mexican, who through the classics memes They expressed in social networks the emotions they experienced at the risk that Pérez could lose his place on the podium of the street circuit.

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“Checo has led all the flights. Is it too much to ask that I win the f*cking race, God?”, “Give it nitro, daddy Czech”, “Hold on chequito, hold on”, were some of the comments that made the term trend “chequito”with which they usually refer to Red Bull affectionately.

Some people even took advantage of the moment to evoke the controversies of the Mexican after his triumph in Monacowhere, according to users, his meeting with the former president, Felipe Calderonwould have resulted in drunkenness with which Pérez was caught a day after the party. This, because users have accused the former politician of being a “alcoholic”.

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The Mexican climbed to first place on the podium – ahead of the Ferrari duo (Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jr.) – in a race where yellow flags, Safety Car and Virtual Safety Cars frustrated the distance he managed to increase from the Monegasque – including that of almost 20 secondsdue to a bad stop by Leclerc in the pits

However, the risk that generated doubt in Pérez (for not knowing its origin) and annoyance in his fans was the sanction that the FIA ​​intended to impose on him for allegedly violate the guidelines of Safety Car. This, by not respecting the regulated distance between his car and the unit.

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And it is that the Internet users affirmed that said fine was “incoherent” and “unnecessary” in several aspects, one of them, they pointed out, the fact that the result was dictated once the competition is over; same which took more than two hours in communicating.

As expected, the fact was seriously criticized, since twitterers Y twitterers They branded it as “a tantrum” by the Italian team, as well as a Federation strategy to “benefit Europeans”.

However, in the end, the FIA sanctioned the Mexican with 5 seconds, which did not affect the resultsince it had culminated with little more than seven seconds difference from Leclerc – a gap that he precisely sought to achieve in the eventual scenario.

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Checo Pérez received endless congratulations for his memorable participation in the Asian country, some from circles outside the sport, such as the controversial Xavier Lozano: “Many congratulations”, wrote the Senator from his account. Twitter.

For its part, Henry of the Madrid He also came out to speak through the same platform, in which he recognized the “delivery, preparation and dedication” of the man from Jalisco.

“Many congratulations Checo Pérez for your victory in the #F1 Singapore Grand Prix. Once again you show that with dedication, preparation and dedication you can reach the top. You are a source of pride and an example for all of Mexico.” he tweeted.

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