HealthSportsPerez calls for less Europe in F1

Perez calls for less Europe in F1

Sergio Perez applauds the growing diversity in the Formula 1 calendar, noting the inclusion of more nationalities in the paddock. He believes that while this progress is positive, there is still room for improvement in terms of having a more balanced representation of drivers from different backgrounds.

The Mexican driver appreciates the shift towards prioritizing the sport in various locations around the world. He emphasizes the global nature of Formula 1 and the importance of reflecting this diversity not only among drivers but also within the entire F1 community.

In the past, Formula 1 was predominantly centered in Europe, both in terms of drivers and staff working in the paddock. However, Perez acknowledges the positive change with the inclusion of individuals from a wide range of nationalities. He expresses a desire to see this diversity further extended, particularly among the driver lineup and the staff involved in the sport.

The increasing representation of different nationalities within Formula 1 is a trend that Perez finds encouraging and believes adds to the overall appeal of the sport. As Formula 1 continues to evolve and expand beyond its traditional European base, the presence of a diverse range of individuals helps to create a more inclusive and global environment.

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Read more about Sergio Perez’s perspective on diversity in Formula 1 [here](https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/fr/formule-1/perez-souhaiterait-un-peu-moins-d-europe-en-f1,189350.html).

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