Checo Pérez wins the National Sports Award 2022

So far in 2022 in Formula 1, ‘Checo’ Pérez has been named Monan and Singapore Grand Prix Champion

pilot of Formula 1 with the team Red Bull Racing Sergio Perez will receive State Award for Sports 2022 “Following his outstanding performance in the current season on the highest circuit of international motorsport,” Conade said in a statement.

“In the premises of the State Commission for Physical Culture and Sports (Conade), the announcement of the winner was held State Award for Sports 2022which was chosen by the qualification jury among several proposals”.

“In the current year, Sergio ‘Checo’ Perez He was declared the winner of the Monaco Grand Prix, as well as the Singapore Grand Prix three weeks ago,” Conade said in the text.

The 2022 National Sports Award is divided into seven modalities: non-professional sports, professional sports, Paralympic sports, coach, referee-umpire, outstanding career in Mexican sports and promoting, protecting or promoting the practice of sports, and was recognized by the Government of Mexico in the period from October 16, 2021 to October 15, 2022

as advanced ESPN, ‘Czech’ Perez The Mexican Sports Car Federation nominated it to compete for State award for sports in the Professional Athlete category, a few weeks ago.

“It is an important award. But more than that, it’s the message you’re passing on to new generations. It is important to support sports, to support new generations in order to have more and more Mexican national team members”; commented Czech Perezpilot of Red Bull RacingAnd ESPN.

Czech Perez He is the first Mexican driver to receive it State award for sports and joins a select group confirmed by athletes such as Gustavo Ayón, Julio Urías and Javier Hernández.

“I never liked to compare myself with other Mexican drivers, on the contrary, I always felt very proud of what each one did, of what each one has in their history. I think this is a good moment, considering what has happened in motorsport, but what an award like this means to me is what it creates for new generations. Personally, it doesn’t change much for me. I want the new generations to understand that it is possible to compete against the best in the world,” he concluded. Czech Perez.

Information from José Antonio Cortés Ramírez was included in the writing of this note

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