Sauber Motorsport have signed a contract with Sergio Perez. The Mexican, of 20 years of age, will be alongside Kamui Kobayashi to byPeter Sauber team in 2011. Sergio Perez has been a member of the Telmex racing team, which supports pilots in various categories, for several years. He finished second in the GP2 Series this year, winning four races including the prestigious championship round at Monaco in the process. Sergio started his career in karting, where he won a total of five championships.
He followed with two years in the Formulabmw before moving on to the class national of the British F3 International Series, where he won a still image record of 14 races. In 2008 they finished fourth in the international class of the British F3 international series. In the GP2 Asia became the series youngest winner of the race at the age of 18 years. Sergio Perez: The Formula one is the dream of every young racing driver. And now this dream is about to become a reality for me. Although I am very aware that this is also a great challenge and responsibility, I am willing to accept that and I’m proud to represent my country at the highest level of motor racing. I would like to thank Peter Sauber for the faith they have placed in me and I will do everything possible to take full advantage of this wonderful opportunity. Peter Sauber: Sergio has been on a continuous upward curve over the past years. He showed his fighting spirit in the racing throughout last season and showed that he is ready to take the step to Formula one. I look forward to working with him and I have no doubt that, in Sergio Perez and Kamui Kobayashi, will be a strong partner.