Cap Issued for Sergio Perez - Signed
Take home this official Force India cap, issued specifically for Mexican driver Sergio Perez.
Currently competing in Formula 1 for Racing Point, Perez achieved his first podium in Formula 1 at the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix with Sauber. He has earned himself the nickname "The Wunderkind of Mexico" due to his young age and impressive performances.
Perez has also signed the cap, making it a unique collector's item.
- Official Force India cap
- Issued for Sergio Perez
- Sponsored by Telcel
- Force India
- Size S / M
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