Sergio Perez and Sal Alvarez were recognized by Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, President of Mexico.
This past weekend was historic for Mexican sports, like so many others. Saturday evening Saul Alvarez Defeated Caleb Factory for KO in the United States and had become The first undisputed champion weighed 168 lbs. Later, on Sundays and in the land of the Aztecs, Sergio Perez got worth 3rd place in the Mexican Grand Prix which took place in Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.
both athletes they put, repeatedly, High Tri . flag They made an entire country proud and always supported them. That’s why a moment ago It has been recognized by Andres Manuel Lopez ObradorThe nation’s president who took advantage of the press conference of I congratulate Canelo and Checo on their accomplishments Which surely motivates many boys and girls to pursue their dreams.
“(I want to) congratulate Saúl Canelo Álvarez who won the fight and Chico Perez who finished third in the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Mexico City. Everything related to the sport should always be promoted, promoted and recognized for outstanding athletes in Mexico,” AMLO said forcefully, who was very satisfied with the actions of the boxer and the pilot.
Later, he added in the Formula 1 racer: “Checo is important because, as everyone knows, a Mexican never took a place, in this case third place in this competition in our country. Congratulations then.” That’s right: Although he didn’t win, he secured historic status in Aztec sports and made the millions of Mexicans who followed his career explode with happiness.
Sergio Perez kept putting pressure on Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time world champion in Formula One, but eventually had to settle on the podium. However, his tremendous work has done his team very well Max Verstappen took away from his greatest rivals and the Dutchman was able to run in complete freedom. currently, Red Bull Racing aims to retain both titles and Checo may still be in the big story.
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