“We are in contact with a lot of Mexicans,” he told Sky Germany. “The majority are very friendly and fair, but there are always some, let's say enthusiastic people, who don't maintain the fair sporting standard. But we have no concerns and are happy to go to Mexico.”
Rumours have been circulating that Perez’s place at the team may be dependent on his ability to finish second in the championship with four races to go.
It’s possible that the Mexican fans were using the podium celebrations to voice their disappointment over Red Bull’s treatment of Perez, but with a solid relationship behind the scenes, it’s unlikely that despite his struggles, he would want to see his own team-mate booed anywhere in the world.
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