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GP Week : Issue 113
Now called FanVision, the new G3 is available for sale with our best experience ever, including an ultra-bright 4.3 inch LCD screen, the ultimate in personalisation, more data, stats and camera angles than anywhere else. Our classic version is still available for weekend rentals. Experience Formula 1TM like never before. Save 20% when you reserve online! F1.FanVision.com There have been big changes at Kangaroo TV. YOUR RACE, YOUR WAY Get the next generation in fan enhancement. Click HERE to go to For your daily dose of Formula 1 news ... Perez has exceeded expectations – Sauber PETER Sauber says rookie Sergio Perez has far exceed the high expectations that he had of him coming into the 2011 season, praising his consistency and ability to conserve his tyres. Perez famously one-stopped on his way to seventh at his debut race in Australia, only to be disqualified when his C30 breached the technical rules. “We knew that in Sergio we were getting a quick, young driver. Even so, with a rookie you never have a guarantee that he will be able to call on his full potential under the pressure of a race weekend,” said Sauber. “I had high expectations of Sergio, andIhavetosaythatsofarhehas actually exceeded these. “He not only has the ability to look after his tyres extremely well, but also drives very consistently in the races.” Sergio became Kamui Kobayashi’s team-mate at Sauber for 2011, after finishing runner-up to Pastor Maldonado in the 2010 GP2 Series. However, he has so far failed to score any points and was involved in a number of incidents during the recent Chinese Grand Prix. Sauber admits he still has a lot of learning to do. “However, Sergio is also well aware that he is at the beginning of a long learning process, part of which will be incidents like the ones last Sunday in Shanghai. I’m in no doubt that Sergio will maximise his huge potential step by step,” he continued. “ The critical factor here is that he feels comfortable within the team and has an environment which helps him to develop as well as possible.” 12