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Sergio Perez

Video: Perez drives from New York to Miami in his Red Bull!

Sergio Perez is the star of Red Bull's latest promotional stunt, with the Mexican lighting up the streets of New York on his way to Miami in an RB7.

Red Bull have released an entertaining video, starring Sergio Perez, in the build up to the inaugural Miami Grand Prix.

The video is called 'Race to Miami', with the plot seeing Perez get a little carried away after a "miscommunication" between himself and Red Bull team boss Christian Horner.

As a result of the wildly implausible scenario, Perez is forced to drive the Red Bull RB7 from New York to Miami in just a single day.

The promotional video sees Perez get help from his pit crew, water-skier Parks Bonifay and Miami Dolphins player Byron Jones, as well as some interference from a local alligator!

Perez sets off through the city streets of New York and negotiates his way through the Everglades to finally make it to the newly-built Miami International Autodrome ahead of the very first race in the Florida city.

"I loved taking part in my first Red Bull road trip," Perez said of his adventure.

"I remember seeing the one of Daniel [Ricciardo] crossing the Golden Gate Bridge and never thought I would get the chance to be part of it.

"I think Miami is the perfect place for Formula 1; it's a very fun city and there's a good energy there. The track is looking awesome and I can't wait to see all the fans.

"Austin always feels like a home race for me and I think Miami will be similar."

Check out the video below!

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