Sergio “Checo” Pérez lived a weekend to be forgotten with everything that happened to him in the Canadian Grand Prix, to what now we must add the injury caused by the clash in Saturday’s classification.
The Mexican Red Bull driver confessed that the impact in Q2, where he was left out after not being able to turn in a curve, an action that led him to end his RB18 on a barrier, caused him an injury that on the Sunday of the race was billing.
Pérez told Fox Sports that the impact caused a contracture, from which he is already recovering and that he hopes to overcome to be ready when it is his turn to play.
“I didn’t feel it, when I got in the car on Sunday it hurt quite a bit. I am recovering from my neck, I have a strong contracture due to the crash, ”explained the Red Bull midfielder.
However, he assured that He is already working on therapies to be able to overcome the issue and be ready for the next Formula 1 race at the British Grand Prix. “I am undergoing neck therapy to recover as soon as possible and be 100 percent ready for Silverstone,” added the man from Guadalajara.
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