Perez’s weekend was ruined by a crash at Sainte Devote in the early stages of Q1 on Saturday.
As a result, he left Perez 20th on the grid for Sunday’s race, while also being a teammate Max Verstappen he was in pole position.
Perez had a miserable Sunday as he was lapped twice by Verstappen.
While Perez displayed impressive speed in clear air, overtaking difficulties made advancing up the grid virtually impossible.
This now means Perez is now 39 points behind Verstappen in this weekend’s upcoming Spanish grand prix.
Marco said ServusTV: “It didn’t matter then. Everything went wrong there.
Referring to Perez’s accident in qualifying, he said “not irresponsible, but unreasonable”.
added to Heaven Germany“I hope today’s mistakes will be enough for the rest of the season. Overall, his speed when riding freely was good. But his accident in qualifying ruined the weekend. “
This is a devastating blow to Perez and his title chances.
WITH Fernando Alonso finishing second in Monaco, Perez is only 12 points clear.
This is the second time Perez has crashed in qualifying having done the same in Australia.
However, Perez was able to regain fifth place at Albert Park by making the most of the number of stoppages.
Reflecting on Perez’s race in Monaco, team principal Christian Horner said: “It was just a weekend where nothing worked for him. I would say the sooner he comes to Barcelona, the better.