Sergio Pérez (Racing Point Force India) will start from the twelfth position Brazilian Grand Prix, penultimate date of the Formula 1 season.
"It was a very complicated qualifying and we were in the tenth quarter of Q3, I think we are not as competitive as we expected. Haas is Sauber they are always ahead of us, in the end we were in front of the Renault, but good tomorrow to try a good race ".
If you want to receive alerts from Mexican soccer, download the app now. espn.com/app »
Rain has permanently threatened the session; All of a sudden it drizzled in an area and suddenly the track improved in terms of temperature and drying. So it became a game of riddles: you had to calculate a lot at the time of going to the track to avoid running into traffic, or to find it at its best.
"The problem for us was that in Q1 we had to put two sets of tires, we were so uncompetitive in Q1 that we had to put two sets of tires, then at the end and when the track improved a bit we had a lot of tires already used, so we could not improve ".
"But even so, I think the rain has helped us a bit because I think we have had a better pace than qualifying today, but to get closer (to our rivals) we have to earn points, we are seventh, eighth and ninth, with Magnussen ahead and Hulkenberg in. We need a good start tomorrow to get into the points. "
Czech fights for the seventh place in the drivers classification. It is from eight to 12 points Nico Hulkenberg (Renault), but follow it closely Kevin Magnussen (Haas) e Fernando Alonso (McLaren).