2013

On September 28th, 2012, Lewis Hamilton’s decision to leave McLaren for Mercedes in 2013 was announced, and Pérez was subsequently confirmed as Hamilton’s replacement. He also replaced Hamilton in McLaren’s cartoon Tooned. Despite being his debut season with the British team, Pérez aims to win the 2013 championship. In the season-opening race in Australia, Pérez…

2012

Formula 1. The Rise of the new Mexican motosports star. Pérez started the season with eight place at the Australian Grand Prix where he showed good form along with good tire management. Checo repeated the strategy used last year and he only pitted once. In the second round at Malaysia Sergio got his first podium…

2011

Formula 1. The dream continues. After the successful campaign in GP2, Sergio Perez was confirmed by the Sauber F1 team as official driver for the 2011 season. He fulfilled one of his dreams. Pérez is the fifth Mexican to compete in Formula One, and the first since Hector Rebaque competed between 1977 and 1981. He…

2010

In 2010 he got a place on the Barwa Addax team. The success came immediately in the form of poles and podiums, and he even began to fight for the 2010 championship with Pastor Maldonado. He also scored one of the most important achievements of motorsports for a Mexican, a podium at the Monaco street…

2008

He graduated in the National series and earned a spot in the Championship Class. During his time in this cat­egory he earned a stunning weekend win in both races at Monza. Starting in 14th place with a wet track, he achieved a podium which made motorsport history for Mexico. Pérez drove for the Campos Grand…

2007

British Formula 3. Aimed to success. Perez became the youngest champion in British Formula 3. After his first year in Formula BMW Checo went to the city of Oxford and raced in the British F3. In F3 his career began to take off as he placed on the podium and won races, as well as…

2006

Formula BMW. The most difficult challenge. Sergio left home at age 14 for Germany to compete in Formula BMW. He decided not to come home until he was the champion of Formula 1. Pérez moved to Europe in 2005 to compete in the German Formula BMW ADAC series. Although things were easy in the beginning…

2005

Formula BMW. The most difficult challenge. Sergio left home at age 14 for Germany to compete in Formula BMW. He decided not to come home until he was the champion of Formula 1. Pérez moved to Europe in 2005 to compete in the German Formula BMW ADAC series. Although things were easy in the beginning…

2004

Skip Barber. Checo decided to be professional racing driver. After a long time in karting, Checo decided to start his professional career. Checo competed in the United States-based Skip Barber National Championship in 2004. After watching his brother Antonio in Formula Ford in England, he decided to begin the adventure of becoming a professional driver.…

1999

He raced in the 80cc Shifter series where he racked up three wins and finished third in the championship. He became the youngest driver to win a competition in the category after obtaining special permission from the Federation to participate in the 80cc Shifter series.

1998

During this year, he returned to compete in the junior category where he had eight wins. At the end of the campaign he became the youngest driver to become champion of the junior category. He also participated in several races in Master Kadets where he had one podium finish.