WATCH: From Saudi pole heroics to a brace of street circuit wins – Enjoy the best bits from Sergio Perez’s 2022 season


Was 2022 the season Sergio Perez would have envisaged when he first climbed aboard the all-conquering Red Bull RB18? Probably not – but there were still some special highlights for the Mexican along the way.

Perez started the year strongly, at times looking the more comfortable of the two Red Bull drivers, as eventual champion Max Verstappen struggled with the car’s reluctant front end, which played perfectly to Perez’s more classic, understeer-focused style.

WATCH: Relive the best of the thrilling on-track action from 2022 in our season montage

But as the season went on, the RB18 came more and more towards Verstappen, the Dutchman eventually dominating the title fight.

But although Verstappen would eventually rack up a record-setting 15 wins, Perez was still able to take multiple victories for the first time in his career – winning out in Monaco and Singapore – as well as claiming his maiden pole position in Saudi Arabia, while helping Red Bull to their first constructors’ title since 2013.

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Hit play in the video above to relive the highlights from Sergio Perez’s 2022 Formula 1 season.


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