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F1 Star Sergio Perez Teases Potential Career Change with Surprise Music Video Appearance

Sergio Perez, the Red Bull driver currently facing uncertainty over his future in Formula 1, has dropped a major hint about a potential career change after making a surprising appearance in a new music video.

Facing an Uncertain Future

Perez, who has had a challenging season on the grid, is currently second in the Drivers Championship. However, speculation about his future looms large, despite Red Bull's assurance that he will be staying with the team for the next season.

The 33-year-old Mexican driver has struggled this year, trailing his teammate Max Verstappen by a whopping 266 points in the standings. He also faced criticism from Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko, although Marko later apologized for his comments.

A New Venture in the World of Music

Amidst the uncertainty, Perez has been raising his profile in the music world. He recently starred as a taxi driver in the music video for "Por La Familia" by Carin Leon and Borderkid. In the video, Perez thrillingly drives Leon from an airport to a surreal landscape, donning Red Bull gear along the way.

Speaking about his music video debut, Perez expressed his enthusiasm for Latin music and its growing popularity worldwide. He also mentioned the positive impact it has on the F1 community and the sport as a whole.

Consolidating Second Place

While Perez explores new avenues, he remains focused on his day job and aims to secure second place in the overall standings to help Red Bull achieve a one-two finish. His contract with the team is set to expire at the end of the 2024 season.

Unfortunately, Perez faced a setback at his home Grand Prix when he crashed out following a collision with Charles Leclerc. However, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner has made it clear that Perez is not going anywhere.

Horner stated, "We're doing our best to support Checo and help him regain the form he showed earlier in the year."

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