Once again Sergio Perez crashed in Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying. Tomorrow he will start the 2012 Monaco Grand Prix from the back of the grid; the first phase of the Q1 Perez was slid into the Swimming Pool barriers crashed into the wall seemingly due to a mechanical trouble.
Sergio Perez tried to pull his damaged Sauber back to the pits but succeeded only in causing a red flag when he shed a wheel and had to park at Rascasse.
“I am disappointed as I felt we could fight for a very good grid position here,” the Mexican said.
“We are still analyzing everything to see if there was something wrong with the car. I was on my first lap, so was not pushing a lot.
“I went into the tunnel and had a lot of understeer and then I went into Turns 13 and 14 (entrance to Swimming Pool section). 13 was quite fine but in 14 I just went straight and didn’t get the car to turn.”
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