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Perez admits pressure higher at McLaren

Jumping from a middle-of-pack team to a top one has its challenges.
Thursday, March 7, 2013

March 7th (GMM).- Sergio Perez has felt the added pressure of stepping up the F1 grid for 2013. Formerly the surprise podium-getter in a Sauber, the 23-year-old has now been signed up by McLaren, to replace the ultra high-profile Lewis Hamilton.

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"Anyone who can't handle pressure should not sign for McLaren," added Perez.

According to most pundits, Perez has had a mixed first winter with the famous British team, complaining about "extreme" tyre degradation and a difficulty adjusting to the new MP4-28.

"Of course I would have liked to collect more information before going to Australia," he admitted.

"Some days it was cold and really difficult to learn about the car," said Perez.

"But I don't know anyone in the pitlane who had carefree winter testing.

"So it's the same for everyone, not a disadvantage for us."

The young Mexican without a doubt has more eyes looking at his direction given the size of the shows he has to fill in for. Besides, jumping from the upward moving, but yet mid-size team of Sauber to McLaren is surely a challenge.

Expectations were different at Sauber with a podium finish seen as a big achivement, something Perez did three times. But, at the Woking based team, victories are a must, and since McLaren has gotten at least one every year since 1997 (excepting 2006) not bringing home a trophy would be considered a failure of some level.

So indeed, It would be a great opportunity for Perez to jump to stardom, but it still it would be a challenge to him to cope with the level of attention and expectation around him.

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