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Perez: Ferrari “not reachable” for F1 rivals

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Sergio Perez, Red Bull Formula 1 driver, believes Ferrari is unbeatable after outstanding performance at Monaco Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc surprisingly dominated the venue, sending winning vibes.

Leclerc remain ahead of Lewis Hamilton with 0.2 seconds with Max Verstappen lagging 0.5 seconds behind during FP2.

Red Bull struggled to extract meaningful performance from its RB20. However, Ferrari out-shined everyone and seemed more competitive.

Perez reckoned Ferrari dominance at the track especially while preparing for hot lap.

“Ferrari at the moment are just not reachable,” Perez said.

“I think they’re really strong and whenever they need the lap, they just seem to put it on really easy, really quick.

“It’s something that is quite a benefit around this place, to be able to put the lap in quick and whenever you need it to, and don’t struggle so much with tyres and that sort of thing.

“They’re looking very strong at the moment.”

Mercedes also out performed Red Bull, where George Russell enjoyed “the best I’ve felt” in his W15. However, he believes Leclerc had advantage over the rest.

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“As soon as I touched the brakes, the whole thing was shaking to bits. So I don’t know what was going on.

“I tried my best, holding it as hard as I could, like a gorilla, trying to hold onto it and the thing kept shaking.

“On a track like this where you need confidence to attack, it really set us back and we just decided it was best to call it a day during the long run and try and analyse what was going on.

“But generally the car’s been performing really well today. FP1 we were P3 I think and then Lewis P2 this afternoon. Clearly working well, but you know Charles is well out in front.

“We know how quickly everything changes, but definitely today’s been one of our best Fridays, no doubt. The car’s feeling the best I’ve ever felt around around Monaco, so lots of positives.

“Everybody’s developing so quickly at the moment. And you see how quick the lap times are today compared to last year. We’re way, way quicker, potentially even breaking the lap records.

“Somebody will probably do tomorrow. Hopefully, it’ll be us.

“But it’s feeling good. And we’ll have to see what the weather does as well.”

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