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When and where is the new Checo Pérez series airing?

Although the series Netflix’s Drive to Survive gave us a very general look at what the career of Czech Perez with Force India and Racing Point, as well as his first season with Red Bull Racing, now a new exclusive production of the Mexican driver has been announced, so here we tell you when Yes where will be first.

With the promise of diving into the intimacy of the driver from Guadalajara, who is currently in third place in the Drivers’ Championship with 210 points, behind his teammate Max Verstappen (335) and in the fight for second place against Monegasque Charles Leclerc, of Ferrari. (219 ), this new series will give access to the works of the Czech Perez like never seen before.

Although it is unclear if said documentary will cover the Guadalajara man’s early days in motorsport, when he started his career in karts and then went to Europe or if it will focus on what he has done in his 12 years in Formula 1 with his victories at Sakhir in 2020, Azerbaijan in 2021 and Monaco this year, plus his 22 podiums, we know that he will be made up of four chapters with his daily events at the Grands Prix from Singapore this weekend, as well as those from Japan, the United States and Mexico.

Checo Pérez’s new series, when and where is it broadcast?

This way, fans of the world’s greatest racing circuit will not only be able to immerse themselves in what it does Czech Perez in each of his preparations for his races, but to know more intimately his relationships of trust inside and outside of Red Bull Racing, his memories and his emotions at each circuit, his mental preparation and the impact that it has on people.

The series from Czech Perez It will be streamed exclusively for Star+ from November 4, when it will begin chronicling the challenges facing the Guadalajara GP ahead of the Mexico GP on October 30.

That way, the story will at least cover what the Red Bull Mexican experienced in the Singapore race this weekend, as well as in Japan on October 7-9 in Suzuka, USA on October 21 and October 23. October in Austin, Texas, and October 28 and 30 at the Autodromo de los Hermanos Rodríguez.

Source: El Heraldo De Mexico



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