NFL Franchise Dolphins Hop on Growing Miami GP Hype Train With Red Bull F1 Driver Sergio Perez

Published 04/19/2022, 5:24 PM EDT

The Red Bull F1 team has recently launched one of their ultra-popular F1 journeys videos. This time it follows Sergio Perez on his trip from New York to Miami, the freshest Grand Prix on the calendar. The Mexican gets a little taste of the roads of Miami before they race there in May- with the help of some friends from the homegrown Miami Dolphins.

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It is a hell of a watch for the fans, who have racked up the views in just hours after its release. The video also features the NFL franchise, the Miami Dolphins.

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Miami Dolphins make an unexpected cameo

The Red Bull marketing wing has hit another home run with this video of Sergio Perez’s trip to Miami. This time they also partnered up with the NFL team, the Miami Dolphins. The team competes in the NFL and is also a member of the Eastern Conference of American Football.

The franchise collaborated with Red Bull for their latest Race To Miami video. In his ‘road trip’ to Miami, Sergio Perez encounters cornerback Byron Jones, who directs Checo toward the Miami Dolphins’ home ground. Sergio Perez’s journey ends as he parks his RB-7 at the Hard Rock Stadium, where he was met by linebacker Andrew Ginkel.

In what looks to be an interesting amalgamation between the two sports, we can only hope for more of the Dolphins at the Miami GP!

A season to look forward to for Sergio Perez

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The Mexican now enters his second season with Red Bull. He has so far lived up to his billing, but reliability issues have marred his start. Sergio has experienced a mixed bag of results with a DNF in the season opener in Bahrain. However, in Jeddah, he managed to clinch his first-ever pole position ahead of Charles Leclerc of Ferrari.

Formula One F1 – Australian Grand Prix – Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne, Australia – April 10, 2022 Red Bull’s Sergio Perez in action during the race REUTERS/Loren Elliott

He went on to finish P4 after some misfortune with the timing of the safety car in Saudi Arabia. However, the last weekend in Australia saw his best performance of the season with a grand podium finish.

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This weekend, the circus moves to Europe for a feisty round in Imola; after which, we’ll see the drivers travel across the pond for the inaugural and much anticipated Miami GP. Will Miami turn up the heat? Only a matter of time before we find out.

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Divyansh Priyadarshi

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Divyansh Priyadarshi is an F1 Author at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his under-graduation in computer science engineering and is naturally drawn to the intriguing data-driven world of Formula 1. Being an author at ES isn't his first stint in penning down thoughts for his favorite sports, as he has a solid prior background in writing content for soccer, NBA, and UFC.

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