Sergio Perez stuns ex-F1 racers with weird radio message

Former Method 1 drivers, Anthony Davidson and Johnny Herbert, have been shocked as Sergio Perez sneezed a number of occasions behind the wheel of his Pink Bull in Hungary.

As he headed down the primary straight throughout apply for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Perez set free a thunderous sneeze over the radio earlier than his engineer, Hugh Chook, mentioned “bless you” to his driver.

The 32-year-old sneezed twice extra as he obtained the sniffles out of his system, and he even had time for a fast snicker.

“I’m getting a little bit of allergy round this place,” he mentioned.

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Davidson and Herbert have been on commentary responsibility for Sky Sports activities on the time, and the previous couldn’t recall a time when he has sneezed whereas racing.

“I’ve by no means sneezed in a racing automobile earlier than, ever – I don’t find out about you,” mentioned Davidson

“Out of the automobile sure, however while you get in it, all of it appears to vanish,” was the reply from Herbert.

Because of the adrenaline and the G-Power being put by way of the driving force’s physique, Davidson was sure that sneezing whereas behind the wheel of a race automobile couldn’t be executed.

“I’m amazed by that, perhaps it’s the adrenaline or one thing however I believed it was unattainable to sneeze while you’re driving… truthfully I’ve by no means seen that in a racing automobile,” he affirmed.

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Sky presenter, Rachel Brookes, added that the Pink Bull driver may not have been in a position to management his automobile had he been at sure different circuits.

“This isn’t such a foul monitor to do it – you don’t need to be doing that happening the straight at Baku or in Shanghai,” she defined.

Perez appeared to endure one other troublesome time of it within the RB18 on Friday as he ended FP1 in P6 whereas team-mate Max Verstappen took second.

The Dutchman was fourth within the second session of the weekend, 5 positions forward of his team-mate, and Perez was seven tenths of a second adrift of the reigning world champion in each classes.

Perez conceded earlier than the weekend that the crew had maybe “missed a little bit of route” with the event of the automobile, as he’s not fairly as snug with it as he was at the start of the season.

Carlos Sainz topped FP1 earlier than his Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc went quickest in FP2 as Lando Norris impressively cut up the pair within the second session.

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