Fernando Alonso will not participate in qualifying at Monaco following his crash in final practice.
Ferrari will have to replace his chassis due to the damage it suffered in his crash at Massenet, 22 minutes into this morning’s session.
Alonso, who was fastest in the first two practice session at Monaco, will start the race from the pit lane. That will seriously limit his chances of scoring points on Sunday.
Michael Schumacher started last on the grid for Ferrari in this race four years ago and worked his way up to fifth by the end. How far will Alonso make it on Sunday?
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