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Perez's frank Red Bull admission as Larson Indy 500 doubt explained - RacingNews365 Review

Check out the biggest stories from Wednesday 22nd May 2024 with the RacingNews365 Review!

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Perez's Red Bull admission

It is perhaps the hardest job in Formula 1 - being team-mate to Max Verstappen. 

So far, Sergio Perez has lasted the longest of any of Verstappen's team-mates, now into its fourth season with none of Carlos Sainz, Daniel Ricciardo, Pierre Gasly or Alex Albon making it beyond three.

The Mexican, who is out of contract at the end of this season has spoken frankly about the challenges of being a Red Bull driver.

READ MORE: Perez: ‘There are reasons why’ drivers struggle at Red Bull

One door closes for Sainz

Another piece of the driver market is where will Carlos Sainz end up for 2025 after leaving Ferrari. 

The door at Aston Martin was closed with Fernando Alonso re-signing with the team, and another appears to have closed for the Spanish driver - and be sure to vote in the poll where you think Sainz will end up in 2025!

READ MORE: 'Sainz sees door close on key 2025 option'

Larson's Indy 500 doubt

NASCAR ace Kyle Larson taking part in the Indy 500 has been one of the biggest stories of the motorsport year - but he might be pulled out of the race at the last minute - having already made his milk selection if he wins...

RacingNews365 will be covering the Indianapolis 500 this weekend so keep an eye out for further coverage, including a live blog, report, results and fallout from resident American racing fan Jake Nichol. 

READ MORE: Why Larson is at risk of being pulled from the Indy 500

Behind-the-scenes with Mahindra

Over in electric racing, Formula E editor Nick Golding spent some time with the Mahindra team during the recent Berlin E-Prix to hear how it is plotting its way back to the front of the field. 

Check out the video below, including the thoughts from the likes of Nyck de Vries and Edoardo Mortara.

WATCH: The Mahindra masterplan to return to the top of Formula E

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