Where does the Mexican driver live when he is not traveling the world with F1? – The financial

Where does the Mexican driver live when he is not traveling the world with F1? – The financial
Where does the Mexican driver live when he is not traveling the world with F1? – The financial

Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez assures that if he did not believe that he could be Formula 1 champion, “I wouldn’t be traveling the world with three kids at home.”and it is that the Mexican pilot spends 10 months a year competing from one country to another.

Competing in F1 and being world champion has always been the dream of the Guadalajara since he was a child and he still pursues that desire, even if you have to sacrifice time with your family. For this reason, ‘Checo’ Pérez is one of those who has opposed expanding the number of races per season.

“I have a couple of young children, with a third on the way. I think that if the calendar ‘longers’ more, I definitely won’t do it”said the pilot in 2022, before the birth of his son Emilio.

Pérez Mendoza has even refused to grant autographs or photos when he is out of competition as he tries to make the most of the time he has with his children and his wife Carola Martínez.


“I don’t really like that they don’t respect me when I’m spending time with my family or eating, It is a very precious time and sometimes that respect for your privacy is lost a bit.”, he mentioned in a conference prior to the 2022 Mexican Grand Prix.

Where does the family of ‘Checo’ Pérez live?

When Sergio Pérez and Carola Martínez still had no children, they lived for a while in Madrid, Spain. When his first son, ‘Chequito’ Jr., was born, they moved to Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.

The Red Bull Racing driver has his current residence, when not traveling with F1, in a luxurious apartment in Puerto Vallarta overlooking the boardwalk.

He told in an interview with Sky Sports, in 2018, that on the balcony of his home he has time to clear his mind and think about many things, except Formula 1.

“This is my little place, where I really have a little fun. It’s cute having a site like this because it helps me to be away from sports, routine and workhe told Sky Sports.

‘Checo’ Pérez, who at the age of 15 moved to Europe in search of his dream, ensures that Mexico is one of the best countries to live for its diversity and loves it, which is why he has a foundation to support families in need.

 
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