F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2022 Monaco GP

Alexander Albon (Retirement, Lap 49): 5.5/10
His practice performances suggested that Alex Albon was in with a realistic chance of making it through to the second round of qualifying, but in the end he missed out by just seven hundredths of a second leaving him lining up on the grid in 16th place on Sunday. He gained three places at the start but then ran wide in Sainte Devote which cost him three spots. Two pit stops in quick succession due to a puncture then marooned him at the back of the field and unable to make any progress. The Williams pit wall decided to retire the car after Albon reported some "unexpected bouncing", another disappointing weekend for the Thai driver whose season with his new team had started so brightly.

Yuki Tsunoda (P17): 5/10
Yuki Tsunoda was admirably consistent on Friday and Saturday, oscillating between P10 and P11 throughout the four sessions. Unfortunately his minor mishap in Q1 triggered an over-zealous red flag that cost his AlphaTauri team mate big time: while Pierre Gasly missed the cut and was consigned to P17 on the grid, Tsunoda himself was able to get another flying lap in. He duly made it through to Q2 and very nearly all the way into Q1 as well. Unfortunately the race got away from him, an early stop for intermediates on lap 7 backfiring badly. Once things settled down after the early mayhem Tsunoda found himself stuck in 15th place behind Lance Stroll and under pressure from Zhou Guanyu. Switching to mediums after the red flag was another miscue and left him running last on track. Hard to think of any positives from Sunday, or any way it could have gone more awry.