Friday, August 14, 2020

“It is one of the saddest days of my career”

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After giving an ‘inconclusive’ result in a first test of COVID-19, a second test confirmed the positive of Sergio Pérez, who will have to pass quarantine before being able to return to the competition.

The Mexican is currently missing the British GP and the 70th Anniversary at Silverstone, and this Friday he wanted to post a message on his Twitter account to clarify how he is doing, thank him for the support received and explain how they have passed. the facts.

‘Checo’ defined the day in which he was told that he had to skip the grand prize because he had tested positive for coronavirus as one of the saddest days of his career.

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“Hello everyone. As you know, I tested positive for COVID-19. I am very sad, without a doubt one of the saddest days in my career. I put all my preparation, all my focus on so many things for this weekend behind of so much preparation. And for something that is not in your hands …. it just shows how vulnerable we all are to this virus. ”

For my part, I have followed all the recommendations to the letter from my team, from the FIA. After Hungary I took a private flight to go to Mexico to see my mom, who had a very bad accident. I was there two days. I went back to Europe and I felt perfect. Thank God I feel perfect, I don’t have any symptoms, in fact I was going to go running on Thursday morning when they gave me the news that I needed to have four more tests.

In the end you put everything in perspective and I think that the important thing is my health, to get rid of this well, and that soon I can be on the slopes. I want to thank all my fellow pilots who have supported me so much. We all know that we are all very vulnerable in this situation. Unfortunately it was my turn and I hope to be the last case in the sport. “

“Thank all the expressions of affection from all the people close to me and I hope that soon we can return. There is nothing left but to take great care of ourselves, we cannot let our guard down at any time. To take care of ourselves, I hope soon to be back on the slopes. I hug everyone. “

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