Sergio Pérez is disappointed in Racing Point's lead.

The Mexican notices that certain things have been withheld from him since he announced that he would leave the team after this season.

Thirty-year-old Pérez announced at the beginning of this month that he is in his last season at Racing Point, which will be called Aston Martin next year.

Lawrence Stroll's team chose to end their partnership with the Mexican and brought in Sebastian Vettel as his replacement for 2021.

"Since the news came out, there have been people on the team who are holding back certain things from me. I don't like that," said Pérez at a press moment on Thursday in the run-up to next weekend's Russian Grand Prix, according to

Motorsport. com

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"Right now we need to be as transparent as possible to make sure we reach our goals and get as many points as possible. We can still run the best season in this team's history by finishing third in the World Cup standings. for constructors. The disappointment will be great if that doesn't work. "

Stroll is getting major updates in Sochi

In the run-up to the Grand Prix of Russia, Pérez had to deal with another setback.

Racing Point decided not to implement the latest updates of the 'pink Mercedes' on him, but on the car of his Canadian teammate Lance Stroll.

"When you see how close everyone is to each other, a few tenths can make all the difference in the end result," emphasized Pérez.

"That's why I would have liked the upgrades in Sochi, but for obvious reasons I don't have them. The team is working hard to make sure they do for the next race."

Pérez, who has reached the podium eight times in his Formula 1 career, currently occupies ninth place in the World Championship standings for drivers with 44 points.

His teammate Stroll has thirteen more and is sixth.

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