Last Sunday, March 19, Sergio Checo Pérez laudably conquered the victory of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (GP), which started for the second consecutive year from pole position. However, the duo that he made with his teammate, Max Verstappen, continues to give people something to talk about and now it was Maryfer Centeno who has given an analysis of what could be happening.
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The work of the famous expert graphologist has generated great virality on social networks after she resumed various interviews that the Mexican driver and the Belgian-born Dutchman offered to the media after the former successfully faced the laps of the street circuit of the Jeddah Corniche.
With just five seconds and 355 thousandths of a second, Checo Pérez was ahead of Max Verstappen, something that the other member of the Red Bull double would not have been very pleased with, so the body language expert has already given her first impression.
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“How far does the envoy to Checo Pérez who sits in his place go? Symbolically speaking, this represents a lot, note how, in addition to the fact that he is sitting in his place, he is angry and is making expressions of frustration, ”he began in a video posted on his social networks.
“How far does the envoy go?”: Maryfer Centeno analyzed Max Verstappen’s attitude after Checo Pérez’s victory (Photos: Instagram/@schecoperez/@maryfer_centeno/ (REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed)
In a second part where the two Formula 1 race drivers can be seen giving an interview for media specialized in the sport, the graphoscope also spoke about the way in which they both sat down after the victory of the Guadalajara, argued in that there is no empathy or chemistry between the two due to the supposed envy that the 2013 Karting World Championship champion has for him.
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“Forget the words and see the gestures, because 90% of communication is in gestures. Notice how the posture of the two is closed, if there was empathy Checo’s leg would be crossed on this side (left). This crossover is called an American sitter (Max) and this is a European one (Sergio),” he added.
Mainly emphasizing the gestures of the athletes, Maryfer Centeno spoke about the possible annoyance that the Mexican would have due to his partner’s attitude, as well as the notorious nervousness that the 25-year-old Dutchman born in Belgium would have.
The duo took first and second place REUTERS/Rula Rouhana
“I want you to see that they both have closed stances and they both show an uncomfortable face. Half of Checo’s face is smiling and the other is annoyed downturned, while Max Verstappen’s face shows annoyance, absolutely. Notice how the eyebrows are close together, there is tension throughout the face, the mouth is tense, and the posture is closed. Also, he has his hands clasped together showing nervousness,” he shared.
Also taking up her tone of voice, the collaborator of Programa Hoy spoke about the double interviews given by the members of the Red Bull team: “Nervousness increases, the tone of voice is soft but tired as if fed up,” he concluded.
After sharing the video on their social networks, hundreds of Internet users have agreed with Maryfer Centeno, since more than one follower of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix tournament and the work of the Mexican in particular claimed to notice the same thing from the live broadcast. .
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“I had never agreed more on what is obvious and even came to Checo’s Twitter with the hint that he deleted.” “I think it was more than obvious but it’s cool to see it from someone who studied just all of this.” “Checo seemed super misunderstood and it’s more than obvious after your ‘partner’ gets into that plan,” they reacted.